Finally! With a temperature in low 50's, ice and snow gone, a quiet, peaceful and pleasant walk in Preble County. Had the road to ourselves as there were no vehicles and/or people out and about.
Entrance door to long closed and vacated school.
Lately, been thinking about the difference between analog and digital photographic final results.
For analog, a print was the endgame. You weren't finished until it conveyed what you saw when taking the photograph. It was an real physical object that you could hold in your hand.
For digital, a visual display is the endgame. Oh, the are a few for which the physical print is valued, but for most a screen image is the final goal.
This - screen image - presents a spot of bother. Not all screens present a given photograph the same way as a viewers machine may not be setup identically as the maker's machine. While the computer that produced the image is calibrated a certain way, a viewers instrument may be different from the makers and may or may not be calibrated in the same way.
A print is fixed in tones/values and scale. A screen image is variable in tones/values and scale.