Just a rework of an image from a couple weeks back. I was bored while watching NCIS:New Orleans, and started fooling around in Aviary on my iPad Air 2. Aviary is an okay freebie app. Control is limited, and to get an real power out of it, you need to buy additional filters through the in-app purchase system. For the most part, I got what I wanted, except a little texture, which I added with Snapseed -- my go-to image editor on the iPads.
All of today's images were captured with the Fujifilm X10, and edited with either Photos or Snapseed on my iPhone 5.
On our visit to Oxford, we happened to catch a sailing regatta. The boats racing are Shields, a 30-foot, one-design racing sailboat.
Sometimes, I miss having a boat, but most of the time, I remember two adages about boats. The first, "a boat is a hole in the water into which one throws money," and the second, "the happiest days in a boater's life are the day he buys his boat and the day he sells her," are both so very true.
As promised, here's the first of the re-worked images from my ramble 'round the Easton, Maryland area last weekend. I think this was taken in the little town of Neavitt, MD, which is on Ball's Creek. This house was at the end of a dead-end street, and I snapped the picture from the car as I was turning around to head back up the road and make my way back to Easton.
Fujifilm X-E1, Fujifilm XF 18-55mm at 42mm, f/4, 1/1000 sec, ISO 320. Processed using Lightroom 5.4 and OnOne Perfect Effects 8.5.