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In The Wind



Both elements were taken with Canon 350D EOS with 70-300 mm lens. Clouds added using JASC Paintshop Pro x7 “tubes”; color and light adjustments with both Corel PhotoImpact x3 and JASC Paintshop Pro x7

Views: 307 (2010.NOV.05)
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Great Basin Life exists … between … high desert expanses and majestic mountain wilderness.

Daily, I watch the winds of change sweeping away what remains of our western culture and heritage, and the land that has produced them.

My mission is to preserve as much as I can, of that which will soon vanish, through my photography.

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  • Babbler
    Babbleralmost 5 years ago

    beautiful !

  • Thank you, Babbler!

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • Enivea
    Eniveaalmost 5 years ago

    Another winner Arla!!!

  • Thank you!!!

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • doubleheader
    doubleheaderalmost 5 years ago

    Nicely done Arla…=D

  • Thanks, Bill!

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • Susan Bergstrom
    Susan Bergstromalmost 5 years ago

    Oh I wish I knew how to do this…why don’t you plan a trip over, stay in my casita and teach this GIMP edit program I found…!!! Awesome job neighbor

  • I have heard of Gimp, but never used it. I tried to adapt to Adobe PS, but after having used PSP for over a decade, couldn’t make the transition.

    Corel PhotoImpact is the latest evolution from Paintshop Pro 11, and I have [only] had this for a couple of years. I am still learning.

    I switch back and forth between the two programs, as one has better tools for some processes, and not as good for others.

    I think it just takes a lot of trial-and-error, and experimentation.

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • Susan Bergstrom
    Susan Bergstromalmost 5 years ago

    I do not have any aspect of photoshop…neve could afford but hinted as to an anniversary present this year! GIMP looks to be quite comprehensive…free download but I just not that technical…just keep hoping my “out of camera” shots will have enough WOW factor!

  • barnsis
    barnsisalmost 5 years ago

    Excellent work,

  • Thank you so much!

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • Susan Bergstrom
    Susan Bergstromalmost 5 years ago

    I hear you! …over the weekend my husband put a website together for me…I added all the stuff, but he put the format together…I guess he got tired of me saying…*well RB just made the lion’s share of another sale"…sold a print over the weekend and I made a whopping $2.89 and RB made the rest! I know they do all of the shipping,printing…etc…as soon as I decide to launch my site I will let you know…won’t be too sophisticated to start…with time I will add a shopping cart and what not…right now I am just trying to get my head around having my own site and if anyone will ever find it!!!

  • Oh! That is exciting! I can hardly wait to see!!

    Yes, I am satisfied with RB products and services – and even with their prices (I have raised my percentage on a number of items, and that does not appear to have diminished sales at all. Of course, that’s pretty hard to gauge, given my miniscule volume base line. :P )

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganalmost 5 years ago

    a beautiful image

  • Thank you very much, Tina!!

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • tcat757
    tcat757almost 5 years ago

  • Thank you very much, TC!

    – Arla M. Ruggles

  • Monica Engeler
    Monica Engeleralmost 5 years ago

    This is a dream image. Congrats on your feature too. Beautiful work.

  • Thank you so much, Monica!

    – Arla M. Ruggles

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