Calvert Cliffs

Calvert Cliffs State Park on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland is best known for its cliffs and a small beach, littered with fossils from ten million years ago. It also has, however, miles of hiking trails and beaver-maintained swamps.

Here are some pictures from that place, shot in 2007. I'm showing them in monochrome, as they look better this way. In some I've also used the faux-infrared effect filter in Paint Shop Pro.


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Pictures © 2007 by J.Andrzej Wrotniak

Feel free to use them for non-commercial purposes

Equipment: Olympus E-500 and E-510

Postprocessing: monochrome conversion and/or false IR effect inPaint Shop Pro


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