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Three Month - Day 90

My "Project 365" has now been running for three months. To celebrate this achievement I photographed three trees and added some Iris Blur - a new tool in Adobe CS6. In LR4 this photo went through a range of other processing steps to end up as this infra red version.

I hope that the coming three months will be equal challenging and sharpen my ability to find a prober subject in the ordinary and my creativity. I guess that from May three happy years of shooting with my Nikon D300 will end and the Nikon D800 will step into the scene and take over :-)

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