Back on Track
Well, it’s been a little crazy over here for the past 24 hours, due to some vexing website issues. My web host, which is very good overall, experienced the rare occurrence of a room air conditioner going out, which caused some servers to overheat. All the affected servers had to be shut down in order to prevent hardware damage and data loss until the AC could be repaired and the room temps optimized.
But, finally, this post is evidence that things are once again working properly. I’m breathing more easily now and am getting “back on track.” In fact, I thought I’d backtrack in this post to review a few of the photos taken at Shallowford Square during the morning of the recent snowfall in Lewisville.
While I made sure that I photographed the more typical and familiar scenes of Shallowford Square, I was also hoping to find some shots that were different, and that would capture some perhaps overlooked moments of beauty at the Square. I think I found a few.
The photo shown above is one of my favorites from the snowy morning. I like its simplicity and mood. (By the way, those are not my own footprints. Someone else got to the Square before I did.)
As an experiment, I’ve specially enhanced three photos for you to take a look at — well, actually six photos in total, because I decided to create both color and black-and-white versions of the shots. So, if you will, please continue to the NEXT SECTION, and see what you think.
Examine the Photos
The black-and-white versions certainly give an altered viewing sensation, when compared to the color shots. One is not necessarily better than the other. It’s siimply a matter of personal preference.