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The thing I’m loving most about turning photographs into different images is that even the most imperfect, long-distance, sometimes out-of-focus photograph has the potential to become something quite visually pleasing.

boy on bike on beach

boy on bike - 80 Mile Beach galahs at Julia Creek

galahs Julia Creek

Like most people who own a camera, I’m a sucker for sunsets.  More image play from original photos.

80 Mile Beach sunset (Western Australia)
80 Mile Beach sunset - Gritty

80 Mile Beach grasses at sunset

80 Mile Beach grasses at sunset

Halong Bay sunset – Vietnam

Halong Bay - Jan 2004

Cable Beach grasses at sunsetCable Beach sunset - Gritty

Derby Wharf sunset

Derby Wharf sunset - Gritty

Through the window in my office, I have a good view of the garden and am able to see occasional visitors of note.

This morning it was this white-faced heron.  Because the glare was right behind him, all I was getting on the screen was a silhouette. It took a great deal of pushing the exposure and some other tweaks to get this image happening.

white-faced heron - Feb 25And then the bird flew next door. A different angle and different light meant an easier transition to an image that did the heron a little more justice, despite the longer distance.

white-faced heron 2