St. Barbara Church Thurber, TX

Picture by guyhawkins


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  • 28 May
  • X100S
  • Shooting Style Hand Held
  • Shoots Number Single RAW File
  • Exposures Number
  • Editing Software Lightroom
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes I actually started with two exposures and tried them in Photomatix and Aurora. I reverted to using a single image in LR5, then PS Elements, and tweaking with NIK Collection add-ins.
church architecture Ghost town Texas Fort Worrth Thurber Mingus

7 Comments

28 May 14:51
guyhawkins

Thurber (and its little sister town, Mingus) is a ghost town that sits beside I-20 about 75miles west of Fort Worth. There's a couple of restaurants there, plus a few of the old buildings, so if you're driving through, it's worth a brief stop... if you'd like to read a little about it, here is a link.... https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hnt21

28 May 15:04
guyhawkins

Well, that's not really a link is it? I guess Carlo doesn't provide for posting links... but I think most of you folks are proficient with Internet browsing; copy and paste that web address into your browser URL box.

28 May 16:10
amshot

@guyhawkins Nice one my friend!

28 May 17:31
digicam

Tight crop on the Top and removing those powerlines would improve the image. Very good processing as always Guy. Thanks for sharing.

28 May 21:29
guyhawkins

Yeah, that crop on top is a result of not planning the shot and hurrying through it. I should have taken a few steps back before and paid close attention to what was in my viewfinder, Ed! Seems I'll never learn. @digicam

29 May 00:30
digicam

@guyhawkins , Us Old Dogs are slow to learn Guy. At first glance I thought that Propane Tank was a Sheep. Either I need glasses or stop drinking altogether. Maybe BOTH! LOL.

30 May 15:05
guyhawkins

Gracias amigo!@amshot

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