This super-saturated photo is of a peeling bar on a grate on a bridge on the Beartooth Scenic Byway.
This nasturtium graced my breakfast plate at the Regis Café in Red Lodge, Montana. I don’t recall ever having been served a flower before. A fellow diner told me that nasturtiums are delicious, but I just photographed mine with my iPhone and then took it in the car with me.
Closeup of textured stainless steel on one of the sculptures in Benson Sculpture Garden, Loveland, Colo.
I love purples of every hue. This was probably taken with a K-1000, then digitized.
Abstract taken at City Museum, St. Louis.
I added saturation to the color in this macro photo of a curb in San Diego. Canon PowerShot S40.
Another one from Gator Automotive. I like the delicate look, but have no idea what object this cracking paint is covering.
I probably took this photo in Capaha Park’s rose garden, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cropped and sharpened but otherwise unaltered.
From rust to glass. I applied a glass filter in Photoshop to the second image. Pentax Optio S40.