POTD: The Geography of Survival #10

POTD: The Geography of Survival #10The Geography of Survival #10 Bozeman, Montana 2013

What to know how to make a digital photographer panic? Mess with their software. My Photoshop program crapped out on me the other day and Adobe has no idea why. They’re working on the problem but said it would be 24-48 hours before they got back to me. (It’s been about 58 hours now, but who’s counting.) I thought I was dead in the water as far as editing new photos go (hence the feeling of panic, or at least helplessness) so I dug up some older images that I had kind of held in reserve when the POTD at the time took off on a different tangent before I got them posted. I actually found a workaround to the Photoshop problem yesterday, using an older version, but since I’m in the mood, I’ll go ahead with the older photos for a while anyway. This shot was from earlier this year, another in my series featuring the growing pains of aspen and related trees.]]>

2 thoughts on “POTD: The Geography of Survival #10”

  1. Sorry for your Photoshop issues, hopefully you can get it resolved, or you could trying using GIMP. This is going to sound strange, but I see Genghis Khan in that photo.

    1. Thanks Randy. I’ve heard of GIMP but never used it. Photoshop problem fixed today after another two hours on the phone with Adobe. Genghis Khan huh? I wonder if people would pay money to see a miracle appearance of GK on an aspen tree?

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