REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Central Oregon History -- Week 30 of P52

It's a 5-hour drive from NE Oregon to Redmond in Central Oregon.  It's high desert country, populated with juniper of all shapes and sizes  everywhere.  This scene from the past is located on a property dedicated to relics of earlier times in the West. (I ran Nelly Nero's Bobby Dazzler action on a sepia image and then Nelly Nero's A Little Lomo.)

8 comments:

jo said...

Hiya,
You're back.
Which texture on this today?
My great grand-uncle planted beautifully designed windmills all over France. He called them "Eoliennes" and I have yet to see one in real life.

Icy BC said...

Beautiful photo! I like the color of it, and windmill like this is rare to see nowadays!

TexWisGirl said...

nice.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Very nice vintage processing! Reminds me of a simpler time.

lisa said...

This is wonderful Evelyn, and I love the vintage feel of it. Just perfect!

missing moments said...

lovely processing

Laura said...

Love the processing, adds to the charm of the shot.

Mama Monkey said...

Very beautiful Edit!!