Riverwalk Magnolia

October 06, 2009  •  Leave a Comment
This is a shot of the San Antonio Riverwalk taken on a visit there last month. Typical shots of the Riverwalk include riverside restaurants and / or one of the many bridges crossing over the river. What caught my eye here was the majestic magnolia tree framing the top portion of the image and the beautiful evening light and texture on the sidewalk in the foreground. It's nowhere near the best photo of San Antonio's main attraction (or is it second behind the Alamo?) but hopefully you will enjoy it for a minute or two.

"Riverwalk Magnolia"


Camera / Lens: Canon 40D / Canon 17-55mm f/2.8 zoom
POst-processing: Photomatix Pro to convert three hand-held exposures to one HDR (High Dynamic Range) image > Photoshoop CS3 > Topaz Adjust plugin

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