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    [–] Manhattan Bridge and midtown skyline, New York [OC][4444x2500] Mr_anchovy 2 points ago in CityPorn

    Yeah my photo's about a year and a half old. Looks like that tower will totally change the view

    [–] The Yellowstone River cutting through yellow stone of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, WY [OC][2500x3764] Mr_anchovy 2 points ago in EarthPorn

    quite a few sliders or settings were definitely pushed pretty far here, namely saturation, clarity, and sharpening

    Yeah, not really. Not sure if there's a better way to show lightroom settingings, but here's what it looks like. I was starting with a jpg from a 10 year old camera, so make of that what you will.

    [–] [Homemade] Alton Brown's parsnip muffins. I didn't have a muffin tin, so I used a baking dish and made one giant muffin Mr_anchovy 2 points ago in food

    I'd definitely recommend it. It's no stranger than using carrots for that sort of thing, and if you like roasted parsnips, you should like these as well.

    [–] The Yellowstone River cutting through yellow stone of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, WY [OC][2500x3764] Mr_anchovy 41 points ago in EarthPorn

    I kind of feel the same way. I think it's mostly the longer focal length and the way the lighting is, as there really isn't much post processing. I took this a few years ago before I started shooting RAW, so I mainly just corrected the exposure and contrast.

    [–] [Homemade] Alton Brown's parsnip muffins. I didn't have a muffin tin, so I used a baking dish and made one giant muffin Mr_anchovy 3 points ago in food

    Rather good, I'd say. It tasted pretty obviously like parsnips, and there wasn't a lot of spices to mask the flavor. If you haven't had parsnips, they unsurprisingly taste somewhat similar to carrots; though more complex and slightly sweeter when cooked and with a fairly distinct sort of earthy, almost spicy, flavor.