Howdy: Sorry I haven’t posted a while. You’d think someone who loves photograpy would have something new to offer. Well, I actually posted the same image of our cat, Ming, twice, athough under different titles. How odd is that? Do you think I’m losing it? I can’t believe I did it … I did and it’s done.
Anyway, I will be out and shooting new images during the upcoming fall presentation. We have some beautiful fall scenery in Central Illinois and I’ll be bringing it to you as ususal.
Thanks for being continuing followers of, Elm Drive Images.
Dan O. De Ment 😆
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This country lane is located at Jubilee College State Park just 15 minutes outside of Peoria, Illinois. Shadowed on the left foreground is a bean field and in the distance – a corn field. The image was shot on an early, partly cloudy, summer evening.
Dan O. De Ment
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I shot this image at 6:40AM this morning. The white speck in the center is a street light a block over…not noise!
©Dan O. De Ment
Much of the Central Illinois Corn Crop harvesting is well under way as of this posting. The farmers were lucky this season as heavy rainfall did not impede getting into the fields in a timely manner.
It rained so much a few seasons ago the fields were so wet farmers could not get into their fields to complete the harvest. Many lost their entire investment. Entire crops were left to rot away.
Dan O. De Ment
This morning I was looking at the sight, Ugly Hedgehog, it’s a site for photographers to share images, get comments, and discuss photograpy, and a man had loaded the amazing gathering of Sand Hill Cranes along the Platte River in Nebraska. Thousands of them lay over there on their way to Canada and Alaska every March. Anyway, I remembered I had seen a pair in Central Illinois years ago and found the picture. I took this shot with my Canon EOS Elan in the Spring of 1996. I had to shoot in a hurry because I wasn’t sure how they’d react to me. I scanned it in to Photoshop Elements this morning, cropped it and made a few minor adjustments with levels, contrast, brightness, and color. As you see the one was feeding and the other was keeping an eye on me. I’m 73 years old and it’s the only time I’ve ever seen these Cranes in Centrall Illinois. For those of you interested here is a link to Ugly Hedgehog…you have to join but it’s completely free.
Dan O. De Ment