A simple click today. I was visiting Herbert Hoover National Historic Site for the nth time. I had not really time to focus on finding not so obvious images because I was with a company, and I did not want to shoot those obvious photographs anymore. I bumped ISO up and decided to try some interior of the blacksmith shop. The original HDR was supposed to include the window and the view outside. But with not so short shutter speeds, the hand-held images were moved enough to cause the window to look just bad. I decided to save the image, and crop it to exclude the intruder and just focus on the blue and green lamps, and all those horseshoes. The HDR was a means to achieve all the detail in the objects.