My parents place is located in a very interesting part of Poland. Called Jura, the region features limestone rocks. Out of those rocks, and using them for support, the medieval king of Poland build a trail of defense castles called Eagle Nests. They are located in the hilly region, and build so you can see one from the other, to ease the communication. Today, all but one are in different stages of ruin. The castle on today’s blog image is in a small village of Mirow. I took the image as HDR to accent all the details of the rocky construction. Just for fun, I used the CS5 HDR recipe shown on last weeks Terry White blog post. Used as a starting point, it seems to be perfect preset for a detail rich image like this.