Title: Last of the Big Red
Gear: iPad Pro 10.5 rear camera (1/30 sec, f/1.8, ISO 40)
Camera app: ProCam
Processed with: Lightroom CC
Cropped screenshot of this image, Big Red soda in a clear cup lighted from below by a small LED flashlight:
Parsley and minced onion in boiling water. No matter how many times I stirred, they always came back together like a school of fish.
I had to travel about forty minutes away today to get a precautionary full-body bone scan. At 8:00 AM I was injected with radioactive tracers which needed about four hours to work their way throughout my system. I was told this was completely harmless, but if I wake up tomorrow with super powers I won’t complain too much. What promised to be an extremely boring day of waiting and waiting and waiting some more turned out rather nice.
Allen Pond Park in Bowie, Maryland, is about a five-minute drive from the medical lab. It has a walking/jogging trail that completely encircles the pond, an ice skating facility, and a couple of children’s playgrounds. It also provides picnic tables with grills and a covered amphitheater.
Two piers for summertime boat rentals were added, although the boats had been stored for the winter. On the far side of the pond, a large gazebo is accessible only by a small bridge.
After taking these photos I was able to edit them on-site using my iPad and Effects Studio. This iOS app is new to me and it has quickly become my go-to (and on-the-go) image editor. I love the Sketch effect and will have to watch that I don’t overuse it.
Of all the fortunes I’ve ever received, this is the one I choose to believe. 🙂
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