I’ve returned! I’m back from a vacation to Alabama. Chevy Chase’s station wagon was upgraded to a minivan as we blared “Holiday Road” over the Sienna sound system. Me, the wife, the two kids… all we needed was a dog on the bumper and a grandparent on the roof.
Our youngest was up really early in the morning. And due to our sleeping arrangements at my in-laws house, I was in the room with him at 5:00am. And when I say he was up, we’re talking gripping-the-crib-rails-bouncing-up-and-down-wide-awake up. In a house where sound travels.
But my bride had an excellent idea one morning when she wanted to sleep a little longer and motivate me to stay up with the little guy. She suggested I go take pictures at sunrise, and take him with me. So I got some scenic HDR pictures of Montgomery, Alabama to share. I’ll leave it to my wife to post the family pics on her blog; she’s much better at that. The first four pics of mine follow. I took many more, but they need some post-processing. I’ll get around to the others later.
That river shot is wicked cool.
Jack, my train enthusiast, would be smitten over the railroad pic. I love them all!
Glad you had fun……can’t wait to read more!
Rob, these pics are so cool. I showed them to my wife as soon as I saw them. I’m going to have to read up on this HDR stuff to learn how you did this because I have no idea right now.
WOW Rob! Those are AWESOME!! You need to get some nice prints done and I’ll bet you could sell them to the city for a pretty penny! I’m sure the tourism council would eat these up! Very cool!!
Just now seeing these. Truly, Rob, Montgomery never looked so good! I agree with Lori M. and I want a set for my office wall.
Gosh Rob, you did something I didn’t think possible: you made Montgomery look nice. HDR sometimes had a slightly “odd” Maxfield-Parrish-ish look to it, but yours are well-done and more subtle (good things rub off on us after awhile, right?).