PMAE No 79

Better planning this time. I drove the opposite way in Arizona (west) for a dog run this morning. I found a few things along the old Rt 66 to 'play' with. This is a section of the old road between Ashfork and Seligman that is no longer used as a newer old road now exists. It is a very pleasant drive along this road and I get to avoid I40 for a bit.
i keep coming back to this, joy. intrigued by the flare, and i like the quiet nothing-to-see here sense of the landscape. great in b&w
posted November 18th, 2017  
excellent, love it
posted November 18th, 2017  
Fantastic! The b&w is perfect!!!
posted November 18th, 2017  
The lens flare is so intriguing!! Looks like a great place for a drive.
posted November 19th, 2017  
@pistache Thank you very kindly for the fav. I wonder if the IR sensor creates/records flares differently than a standard DSLR sensor? The bleakness of the area is very soothing.

@graemestevens Thank you a great deal for the fav. I like the very old no longer used bits of Rt 66.

@shesnapped Thank you so kindly for the fav. This area of Arizona is beautiful in its starkness.

@cjphoto Thank you so much, the old rt66 from Kingman to just south of Ashfork is a great drive, I most definitely recommend it. Stop at the Snow Cap restaurant in Seligman, Home of Historic Rt 66.
posted November 19th, 2017  
I love the lens flare and it's a great b&w. Nicely done.
posted November 19th, 2017  
Lovely flare and processing.
posted November 19th, 2017  
Such an interesting image. I really like it in black and white and love the shapes of the lens flare
posted November 19th, 2017  
VML the flare on the pole, splendid,
posted November 19th, 2017  
@sunshinepix Thank you so much.

@haskar Thank you a great deal, and thank goodness for Photoshop and the NIK collection.

@megpicatilly Thank you, I wish I knew how to figure out the way a flare will 'generate' itself.

@s4sayer Very grateful for the fav, thank you kindly. The pole bothered me when I composed but feel lucky that the flare 'landed' as it did.
posted November 19th, 2017  
Love the flair, great that you took the old, old road!
posted November 19th, 2017  
nice light shapes
posted November 20th, 2017  
@blueberry1222 Thank you, this lens is really a lot of fun, especially with the IR.

@overalvandaan Thank you a great deal, this road has disappeared in so many places. I am glad that there is still a few old spots left.
posted November 21st, 2017  
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