Digital Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry!

Tree in the Snow

Tree in the Snow, photo by Harold Davis.

This is a re-processing of a photo I shot about a year ago and originally presented in monochrome. Essentially, Phyllis asked me to layer a little color back into the image.

Provided you keep decent archives, digital means never having to say you’re sorry—to refer to a line from Eric Segal’s classic and sappy Love Story. By which I mean I can keep processing and re-processing my old photos, and use this kind of fun as a great way to procastinate on my current set of projects and deadlines.

Link to the original image and story.

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