Melting Snow by joysabin

Melting Snow

This reminds me so much of a hand-tinted black and white. I'd use Q-tips and photographic oil paint apply then cotton swab off and let dry. Computer edits are less smelly- no turpentine aroma.

After the record snow from last month, we now have lots of new and reemerging creeks as well as water channels around town. This is on the other side of Lower Lake Mary's Dam which in the 5+ years that I've lived here has just been nothing more than a marsh. The wildflowers should be amazing this year.
That’s interesting, at first glance I thought that you were playing in IR but then realized that some of the lower foliage is green so probably not. As usual your photo is producing an enticing mystery for well as just being very pleasant to look at.
March 5th, 2019  
Beautifully captured winter landscape
March 5th, 2019  
Really pretty.
March 5th, 2019  
I too immediately thought IR, then looked again. Love the colours you've captured here, so unusual. Great image.
March 5th, 2019  
@gardencat This is an IR, I forgot. I played around with my standard IR edits but couldn't get the trees to not be pinkish. I went to another program, the one that came with Windows 10, and ended up with this. Some days are just edit days.😁

@jo38 Thank you so much for the fav. I am wonderfully happy about the extra water this year.

@henrir Very appreciative of the fav, thank you kindly.

@golftragic My bad, it is IR. Some days tags elude me. I had to climb through a fence that wasn't there last year to get this. Worth it but won't be doing that again. Truly appreciate the fav.
March 5th, 2019  
@joysabin No worries, it's a great shot whatever.
March 5th, 2019  
Wonderful image.
March 5th, 2019  
@joysabin SO interesting... the white upper branches and that shade of blue in the sky said IR, but the way the lower tree foliage looked green was confusing. I'd like to try that other program that you used here but I've gone all MAC now so Windows 10 isn't going to happen here.
March 5th, 2019  
Great IR shot.
March 5th, 2019  
excellent IR work
March 5th, 2019  
effective IR shot (and edit) makes an intriguing image
March 5th, 2019  
just beautiful
March 5th, 2019  
ohhhh, gorgeous
March 5th, 2019  
@walrus Thank you greatly for the fav. The snow is giving way to mud, how fun-not so much
March 5th, 2019  
March 5th, 2019  
A spectacular landscape!! All the elements work so well together.
March 5th, 2019  
very very beautiful
March 5th, 2019  
Beautiful landscape shot
March 5th, 2019  
Pretty scene and processing!
March 5th, 2019  
This is gorgeous!!! Fav!!

And you don't have to wait for digitals to dry! 🤣
March 5th, 2019  
Such an inspiration - just gorgeous what you did here however you did it ! Wow
March 9th, 2019  
A beauty! fav.
March 10th, 2019  
You've done it so now you can recapture that aroma with the digital dark room! Fab shot! Fav!
March 11th, 2019  
@yrhenwr Funny how smells/aromas touch the heart so clearly. I am very humbled by the fav, thank you.
@gardenfolk So very grateful for the fav, thank you.
@samae The post processing of IR is fun and challenging. I try to make a copy with the snip-it tool of my edits. Thank you so very much for the fav.
@jenp Thank you kindly for the fav. My fear is that my drive will fail but as is often said, they all fail, its just a matter of time. Prints fade too so I guess its all equal. I just love having fun with photography.
@jernst1779 So very grateful, thank you.
@bkbinthecity Thank you so very much.
@30pics4jackiesdiamond This storm just gave us so much snow and now that the shoveling is over, I'm grateful for the beauty.
@taffy Thank you so very kindly for the fav. Climbing over the chained gate was worth it.
@ziggy77 Truly appreciative of the fav, thank you.
@blueberry1222 It the little out of the way spots that really shine. This is below the Lower Lake Mary dam.
@pistache Thank you so very kindly for the fav.
@shannejw Truly grateful (now) for the extra snow.
@graemestevens Humbled, thank you, greatly appreciate the fav.
@haskar So grateful for the fav, thank you so kindly.
@gardencat Post work with IR can sometimes give me the strangest results. The channel swap from red to blue sometimes has a mind of its own. So very much that I don't understand about the process but I'm still learning. I've not used IOS except for the iPhone but you'd think that they would be similar.
March 15th, 2019  
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