I stopped by the Colvin Run Mill Historic site – a photo worthy place. On my way down the hill to the mill, I came across another photographer. He was shooting with a Nikon D70. We had a short conversation about our Nikons and then we both continued with the task at hand, photography.
Here the other photographer setting up a shot of the some discarded mill grinding wheels.
Here is my own interpretation of the same scene. I did a little selective coloring in Photoshop on this one.
On Sunday we went to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center (part of the National Air & Space Museum near Dulles airport). So many planes. The shapes were interesting. I shot with both my D70 and my D200.
No, this is not a B&W image. This was the color of the sky on Sunday afternoon.
The museum has an SR71 Blackbird on display. It flew from California to Washington in a little over one hour. Amazing. Yes, I adjusted some settings in Photoshop on this one.
The museum also has a space shuttle on display. It is a BIG flying vehicle.
Charles has not made the PHOG yet. So here he is. I imagine he is saying. “My wife the photographer. I wish that she’d stop taking pictures of me.”
Virginia Tech Football: http://www.hokiesports.com/football/
Colvin Run Mill Historic Site: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/crm/
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: http://www.nasm.si.edu/udvarhazy/
Until Next Week!!!