18 Apr 13. A couple of weeks back when I slipped and jarred my shoulder, this was the picture I was hopeful of getting. The original, of course, was in full color, but after looking at it as it was taken, my opinion was that it wasn't worth the effort. Still, it had a fair amount of character, and after teasing out as much as I could from it, I decided that it was a good candidate for turning into something it wasn't. My approaches were B&W, sepia, simplified, really manipulated, and what I finally liked the best, an aged image, and in this case, one that has really aged. For those of you who remember the old stereoscopic viewers, the ones with the long cards with a photo on each end, this image may bring back some memories. For those of you too young to know what I'm describing, here is a link to view one. I still have one much like what you will see on the link, along with several of the cards. Every now and then it is fun to take it out and look at the old 3-D images. Had I been thinking more clearly, instead of mostly hurting, at the time I took the image, I could have shifted my position a few inches and taken another shot to make a card to use with my viewer. Nikon D300s; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 400; 1/320 sec @ f / 7.1.