Eerie sounds, chains rattling, shadowy figures! This dungeon, if your Lucky, will have all these things!LOL Halloween will never be the same!Nice processing!
It seems to me someone is hook on the NIK software, and I hope I'm not a bad guy! The pictures from the Cellar is very nice. Did you get a chance to shoot the humming birds with the wireless flash?
Thanks Q! I couldn't have done it without you.You? A bad guy? Not at all! Cheryl didn't have a problem with me buying the software. Now about that 200-400mm lens... LOLShe had a little bit of sticker shock on that one. We talked about it this morning. I'm going to slowly ease her into thinking I NEED that lens. LOLI haven't had a chance to shoot the hummingbirds yet. It's kind of hit and miss when they come up and its been hot outside and I'm a big wuss when it comes to the heat so I don't want to sit in the heat and wait for them to show up. It is on my list though now that I know how to use the remote on the camera to power the SB900. I've got a few ideas for that remote flash set up now.
Another well put together photograph! They just don't build homes like this anymore. Between the stone and concrete work...SB900, 200-400mm lens! I'm still trying to wear out my old Nikon 18-135mm lens so I can replace it with an 18-200 VR lens. LOL
You can never have too many toys Paul! LOL
i'd still like to have it for a storm shelter!
Where is Edgar Allen Poe when we need him?!
Almost crypt like.
Hmmm does look like a dungeon. Nice pic though.Felicia
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