Borrego Springs, CA

Monday, December 8, 2008

A good day for tinkering

It was another very windy day in the Rio Grande Valley, so after our morning constitutional I decided to work on some of my photos. Back in September of 06 I was one of the camphosts at Lewis and Clark State Park in Washington. The Putzes (how would you like that name?) were the other hosts and the wife, Linda, gave me a disk that she said would help edit my photos. I put it in a drawer and didn't think much of it until today. After I loaded it onto the computer I started tinkering around with a few photos to see what I could do. I tried several different things and can see that some of them will get old pretty fast. At any rate, I've included a few and would like to know what you think. Some of the pics I've posted before, but gussied them up a bit. ;)

A White Ibis on a calm day.

Harris's Hawk

Don't call me a pig!

That wonderful Bobcat.
Bottoms Up!

Thanks for stopping by........talk to you later, Judy


  1. I think you did a great job! I noticed the changes before I read the post and thought to myself. Hey, that's neat, I wonder how she did that. By the way, I am now getting your updates posted to my email as well. Not sure if Dan had anything to do with that or not, but it's cool.

  2. Oh, and I love the Bobcat!! I wish I had been there. Just as good as National Geographic if you ask me.