Old Courthouse – St Louis, MO

This past week, I was in St. Louis doing for some additional job training. I flew in a few days early though so I could have fun being a tourist. It was cold, but still it was a nice town to visit. Monday and Tuesday were my only days to explore, so I decided to hit the major tourist spots carrying only a one camera/lens lightweight combo – the Fuji X-T3 and 23mm f/2. I would have liked to have taken my D850 and 28mm f/1.4, but I hurt my knee/ACL/thing in karate recently, and the weight of the heavy camera put too much pressure on my knee for long walks. Not to worry, the physical therapist says I’ll make a full recovery, but I can’t pivot or kick right now – walking/limping is OK though.

All of these shots were processed in Lightroom CC on my iPad using Lutify.me’s presets and my own personal tweaks.

Monday morning – the Old Courthouse

It was cold and wet outside, also being early Monday morning, the only other people there were employees. I practically had the whole place to myself!

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