One morning at the end of October on the way home from my math class I took a snapshot of this scene in Nantmeal. The morning sun lit up the barn and with the dark blowing clouds hade wonderful contrast. I returned later in the evening around 5:30 with my camera and tripod hoping to create a better image. But the sun now on the other side stayed behind the clouds, and the contrast from the morning turned to a dark and dreary grey night.
This being Chester County, the majestic tree on the hill top chanels Anderw Wyeth. That’s when the silly question popped up “If I were a Andrew Wyeth painting, how would I dress for Halloween?”. The answer of course invloves a good dose of HDR.