Shadows from a rail fence at Joe’s Farm in Bixby, Oklahoma.
A crossroads near the Tulsa Suburb of Bixby. It is amazing how fast one can be in the country from the city. There is something about getting out of town relaxes the mind and slows down the pulse. I like life in the city but I need to get away from time to time to keep my head on straight.
Sunday afternoon was just too nice to stay inside and watch football games. Heather went to her exercise class and I took son to visit a friend who lives deep in the woods south of Tulsa. So I had some time to myself and my camera.
The scene above is a pecan orchard near the the Tulsa suburb of Bixby. Bixby has pecan orchards, truck farms, grass farms, and the most expensive real estate in Oklahoma. There is something about a well tended pecan orchard that is very appealing especially on a beautiful warm winter day with a pretty sky.
I used Topaz Labs new “Glow” program to process the image. Somehow it really enhanced the visual entanglement of the branches. The scene reminds of ballet dancers with their arms in the air. Well maybe I’m getting carried away with myself.
I’m on the free 30 day trial at Glow. So I’m trying to decide whether to get it or not.
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