This photo is also an HDR from three slide scans. Again, I’d retained in my slide collection three versions of this scene, each about 1EV in separation. So I scanned all three and then blended them in Photomatix to get this result.
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This photo is actually an HDR made from three different slides. I happened to have a -1, 0, +1 EV set of three slides for this scene so rather than just use the scan of one of them, I decided to take scans of all three and run them through Photomatix to get this result.
The traditional definition of a desert is based on a (lack of) rainfall figure – less than 250 mm (10 in.) rainfall per year. An alternative definition is a place that lacks sufficient vegetation to support human population. the English word desert comes from the Latin ‘desertum’ meaning an abandoned place.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum was located in Cleveland ostensibly because DJ Alan Freed coined the term ‘Rock and Roll’ during his radio years with WJW-Radio in the city and because he helped organize the Moondog Coronation Ball on March 21, 1952 in the city, generally held as the first rock and roll concert.
The two bridges in this view span the river at Carter Road. The blue bridge is active and carries the road traffic. The rusting bridge in front of it carried one of the railway spurs that used to serve the industrial area known locally as The Flats.