I am so happy that Thanksgiving break is finally here! Now, I can finally catch up on everything, including blogging. I have lots to share, but since blogging is not the most urgent matter on my list, I just have a simple post for today.
I received this stunning photo postcard yesterday. This view of a Michigan community called “Fishtown” was captured by Pete Nicholls, coordinator of the “Photographic Postcard” swaps on swap-bot. He writes that he post-processed the image in Photoshop to give it an “artsy flair.” He certainly succeeded. “Artsy” is exactly how I described the postcard before I even read his note!
You can see more of Pete’s work on his blog: Pete Nicholls. Check him out!
2 thoughts on “A Community Called “Fishtown””
That was a photo? Wow – looks like a painting to my eyes … His skills in photoshop are truly amazing.
We missed our opportunity to buy land on the Leelanau peninsula back in 2006. I have Michigan roots so this is close to my heart. I love HDR photography, this is pretty.