The Delaware Photographic Society's assigned subject for the month of January is 'Reflections', and Northern Delaware just received its first significant snow fall of the season. So I headed up to the White Clay Creek Preserve in Chester County, PA to take some reflection photos.
This also gave me a chance to use Aurora HDR for the first time. I am happy to say that I am very impressed. Aurora is hands down the best HDR software I have ever used. All four photos in the gallery below are multi-shot HDR images processed with Aurora HDR.
This post's featured photo (the last image in the gallery) is named Hózhǫ́. Hózhǫ́ is a Navajo word with many meanings, among them are: Harmony, Peace, and Balance.