Cosmic Challenge: Into the Light

I just discovered Klee & Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge where they actually encourage you to mess with your photos! This week the challenge is ‘into the light’, shooting into sun.

Shot directly into the Spanish sun, the small image is the original and after that I let Pixlromatic do its thing!

The sun flare creates a silhouette of this cathedral in Madrid, Spain.
The sun flare creates a silhouette of this cathedral in Madrid, Spain Pixlromatic does Madrid's Cathedral This statue of a horse and rider is also in Madrid, shot three weeks later.
The sun flare creates a silhouette of this statue of a horse in Madrid, Spain Pixlromatic does a statue of a horse and rider in Madrid The Playa de Catedrales in Galicia, Spain.
Shooting into the sun at the Playa de Catedrales in Galicia, SpainPixlromatic does the Playa de Catedrales Incense burner in the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, the end of the road for the many pilgrims on El Camino de Santiago.
Incense Burner in the Cathedral in Santiago de CompostelaPixlromatic does the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela Entry into one of the turrets of Segovia’s Castle.
The sun flares around Segovia Castle in Spain Pixlromatic does a Segovia's Castle Late afternoon in Valladolid.
The sun flares around a walker in Valladolid, SpainPixlromatic does a walker in Segovia I also tried the photo app Stackables, but found that only the ‘Mystic Forest’ formula managed to keep the sun flare without turning the image into a sunset, and even then I preferred the over-the-top looks from Pixlromatic.
A statue of a horse and rider in Madrid in Stackable's Mystic Forest formula The Playa de Catedrales in Stackable's Mystic Forest formula More of Klee & Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Into the Light.

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