Here is an image that was captured last summer in Rocky Mountain National Park and probably edited not too long thereafter. It sat unnoticed on my hard drive until just a couple of weeks ago, when I came across it by accident while going through my files looking for something else.
I’m not sure why I didn’t think it was post-worthy the first time around. Maybe I didn’t like the way the long exposure blurred the shape of the moon, or the fact that the clouds actually are airplane contrails windblown into the shapes of streamers, or that there are two fisherman visible in the image (normally I don’t include people in my images).
If those things bothered me before, they don’t now. In fact, I rather like them. They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, what is it about time spent away from something that makes it more appealing?