Small Town America

Uploaded: November 04, 2012 21:57:21


3-image HDR, f/8.0, ISO 160, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 @ 62mm.
The Brookston Grainery in the small town of Brookston, IN. Brookston is famous for its popcorn (there is a huge Con Agra plant located there) and every year they have a popcorn festival.


Monnie Ryan November 05, 2012

Now that's a festival after my own heart! Beautifully captured, Rona! #1496592

Andre Larose November 05, 2012

Very nice HDR treatment! #10405653

Gord MacEachern November 06, 2012

Amazing image Rona, beautifully done!!!
Love popcorn, especially at the movies,lol.. #10406439

Ellen Hodges November 06, 2012

FANTASTIC capture, Rona!! Perfect light!! #10406525

Kathy Salerni level-classic November 06, 2012

Gorgeous HDR capture, Rona! Love it! #10407669

Terry Cervi level-deluxe November 06, 2012

I think popcorn popping is the greatest smell of anything! Did you get some, Rona? You've sure captured the town beautifully! I love your HDR work on this!! A fave! #10407753

Lindley Johnson level-classic November 07, 2012

Beautiful light, composition, and HDR work, Rona. Love this small town image! #10408247

Ann Lyssenko level-classic November 08, 2012

Love the curve of the tracks leading to to the buildings and gorgeous open sky. Very nicely done! Ann #10410644

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