September 14, 2016

More Scenes from Lost River State Park

Howard's Lick
Earlier I posted some pictures from Lost River State Park. I decided to share a few more, this time in black and white.

A new footbridge allowed us to cross Howard's Lick from a parking spot to a pretty trail. A lick, by the way, is an old term for a spring or creek.

The park offers more than hiking. There's a swimming pool, playground, the old Lee Cabin, and horseback riding. See all my Lost River posts.

I see Black and White Wednesday is having computer problems, but I'm still glad I turned these into grayscale images. It motivates me to look critically at the contrast and tweak it in Photoshop as needed.

Sharing with Wednesday Waters and
Cathy's Not-So Wordless Wednesday


  1. The photos look great in black and white.

  2. We have never been there. It looks really nice.

  3. These are great black and white shots. I really like the bridge photo.

  4. Great black and white shots here ...

    All the best Jan

  5. I love the footbridge in black and white. That's a great shot, and I think I would even prefer it to colour in this perspective.

  6. love them. You can always post them to Black and White Weekend :)


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