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Snow Photograph - Transformed by Cheryl Helms

Transformed is a photograph by Cheryl Helms which was uploaded on June 23rd, 2011.

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Thank You Steven. I like it as well.

John I am 30 minutes from Bloomington on the west side of it and Columbus is on the east side of Bloominton. (so maybe around an hour away.

Cheryl, you must not be too far from Columbus, IN. I get up there from Florida at least once a year. I love the area, it is beautiful, especially west of Columbus (Brown County)

Very nice--reminds me of a photograph from an earlier era. The clarity and intensity of the stream is a great contrast to the soft background.

John, this is located in Greene County Indiana. The trestle goes over a part of our 249 acre farm and my father-in-laws as well. I have many images of this in several seasons, angles, and types of film/digital. My favorite are the ones in b&w infrared film and the ones that I hand tint.

I love this photograph. As a railroad nut, the first thing that caught my eye was the railroad tresle in the background. Where is this located?

I love this one! I have a softer version and it is great in black and white as well.

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