I took the attached photograph in the town in Sudtirolean Italy where my mother was born.  Because of the bright sunlight bleaching out the display on the back of my Olympus, I didn’t realize that I has screwed up the exposure setting until I got home, and it turned out to be massively overexposed.  I used Photoshop to see what I could recover, and … long story short … I really liked the effect I got.  So with some more doctoring I ended up with what I think is one of my favorite art photographs.  A large Fine Art print copy hangs in my family room.

    Olympus E510 digital camera with a four-thirds sensor.  The lens is a Zuiko 14-54mm f/2.8-f/3.5

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