Spring is finally here, even though today actually felt like summer. I was trying to shoot the spring bulbs and flowering trees in the blazing sun at Gage Park, when the little kid's train came around the corner. I haven't shot with my Nikon for several weeks, and after fumbling around with my settings I gave up and shot this way too hot. So, I had to bring down the exposure a bit in my trusty RAW software. You can tell because the whole feel of the picture is a bit blown out, but the colors are saturated - these are the kinds of things that happen with less-than-perfect camera settings. Some things you can save and still look natural, and others you can't.
Thanks to everyone for hanging with me for the past 100 days. It has been a blast, and I hope the next 100 are even better.
50mm - ISO 400