Friday, December 30, 2011

Train Station turned Art Gallery


This is one of my favorite spots. I stayed in Black Mountain for part of a summer to work on my photography in a different location. The revision of this photo got away from me. Couldn't remember the steps by the time I finished. So I decided to show you the before and the after.



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13 comments:

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Whatever you did, it's awesome, Lou. So colorful and what a great place to spend some time creating.

Happy New Year's my friend. Hope to keep in touch with you in 2012. :)

Pieni Lintu said...

Nice editing!

rebecca said...

Looks like such a beautiful spot and your processing is lovely! :) Thanks for sharing! Happy New Year to you!!

Love.Peace.Happiness said...

Very quaint and the yellow caught my eye quickly! Happy New Year!

Brandy Jane Mabel said...

Lovely!!

Megan said...

Love the after! I do that all the time with my photos, forget how I got their that is. Stopping by via the simple things :)

Georgia said...

The after looks like a Norman Rockwell print! Love it!! I’m hosting a new photo challenge called Simply Silver Sunday. Hope you will stop by and enter. Please visitSimply Silver
for details. Thanks! Happy New Year!

Tanyia said...

great shot! Love your edit as well.

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Happy New Year!

Maryann Miller said...

This is quite lovely and it does look like a Rockwell print. I be the gallery is awesome to walk through.

rajns (carolyn) said...

Your enhancements to the photo rock!

Genie said...

This is my first visit to the blog and am having such fun viewing all the posts. I really like your Black Mt. Train station. I lived in Asheville, went to Campo Montreat as a little girl, and have a relative buried in Black Mt. what a grand spot to go to work on your photography. I know you had a wonderful visit. Your work is wonderful. Keep it up. genie

TexWisGirl said...

that is beautiful! love the bright yellow and 'postcard' feel to it!

Charmaine Clancy said...

That's adorable! Well done.