City Lamps

One image reworked and tinted from this Spring and the other is odd view 4tthrough a lamp. Both in Manhattan NY.

6 thoughts on “City Lamps

  1. Jet Eliot 2021-09-15 / 10:14 am

    Wonderful lines in both photos, Sherry, and each one, so completely unique. Great to see these NY city lamps.


  2. shoreacres 2021-09-15 / 8:57 am

    The first image reminds me of the artwork used on the Jacquie Lawson e-cards. Yours is more complex and more finely done, but there’s just ‘something’ about it. It’s very pleasing.


    • Sherry Felix 2021-09-15 / 9:57 am

      Thanks. I am not a fan of Jackie Lawson and do not know what they have there. If anyone sends me a card from there I block it. They mine data even though they say they do not.
      To make this image I converted the photo to linework or sketch, inverted the image to make white outlines, duplicate layers, and different blending modes, filters and overlays.

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      • shoreacres 2021-09-15 / 10:06 am

        I rarely use Lawson, but I’ve done so more frequently the past couple of years for overseas friends. Mail’s no longer dependable — I’m still waiting on Christmas and birthday cards from Canada, for heavens’ sake! It’s nice to be able to send a greeting to a friend in England or elsewhere and know it will arrive.


        • Sherry Felix 2021-09-15 / 11:05 am

          I put a picture in an email and send it out as a Christmas card.
          If your recipients don’t mind that is OK. As part of good netiquette no one should give out someone else’s email address without asking. When I got those cards I wasn’t asked first. And as I said, Lawson profits from that data. So I don’t go near that site.


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