Some photos from Oliver H. Kelley Farm. First is “Jack” the Percheron, one of the horses who pulls the trolley. Second is a wheel in the barn.
This picture has been edited in Picasa using Invert Colors and Lomo-ish.
The photo itself was taken with a Canon Powershot Elph 100 HS.
I took this with my Canon 60D. It had just snowed, and the wind was really cold.
One thing I have been using to help keep my hands warm is half mittens.
They don’t have anything between the
fingers, so I have full use of the controls on my camera.
Basically they look like knit tubes with holes in the sides for thumb holes.
If anyone wants more info on these, let me know and I can post a picture.
I took this on a tour of Lake Superior on the Vista Fleet.
This is a redo of a church close to Lake Superior’s shore. I did the editing in a program called Picnik, which is now closed.