Long Pond

“On a such a winter’s day”……………..there was gray sky, bare trees, and white ice, and gray/green mountains.    Not so good for contrast.   So I decided to have some fun with “post production”.

Long Pond on a Winter's Day

Now, a bit of fun

Long Pond - "Winter's Day Abstract"


Which do you prefer?



About Carol Page-Potter

I am a woman in the midst of reconnecting with life after the death of my husband.

Posted on February 16, 2012, in Photography and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Gotta go with the first one, the original. I find myself longing for spring and outdoor color these days. Went for a walk in the woods over the weekend and saw nothing but shades of brown and grey. Found it difficult to get inspired (so I took pics of my dogs).

  2. Same here – enjoy the winter’s beauty, even if you don’t enjoy the slosh and mud we have right now.
    The lovely colors of a winter sunrise (if there was a clear day, which wasn’t that often) always compensated me for getting up in the dark, shoveling the the path along my fence, and scraping down my windshield.

    • Karin, you SO have the right attitude! And beauty if where you find it. I challenged myself for this move that I would find something beautiful to create or appreciate each day. I haven’t succeeded 100%, but it is a good thought to keep uppermost in my mind.

  3. Carol… I never get tired of seeing Little Long Pond, so the first is a treat. Having said that, I love the artistic license you have applied to the second image… very cool indeed.

  4. I like the abstract one! How the hell did you do that?

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