There was no artificial coloring added to this… the green is from the reflected green grass in the long exposure.
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Edell’s dream is to have a large and peaceful family.
Edell is currently doing chores in a field with her little brother and little sister. She is the oldest and the only one that smiles when I ask if I can help carry the wood back to their home.
(this is taken from a series of portraits in THIS set in my portfolio).
This was taken in the middle of a little Amish community I found in northern Pennsylvania. This was taken in the evening just before a rain shower hit, so I got some nice sunset mixed with light rain clouds.
This is from the old Erie cemetary about midnight. I was out there listening to my iPod walking around a cemetary that I might have been trespassing on. The gate opened with an awful creeking sound, ten times worse than in horror movies.
While getting lost in Pennsylvania, I happened upon the first oil well ever built in the United States. It was dark and cloudy, so I had to get out the equipment for a shot, of course. I’m a slave to this stupid camera, I tell you.
This was drilled in 1859 and was 69 feet deep. It’s called the Drake Oil Well.