I made a frind a birthday image and thought it was nice enough to post.
The new Hills on Governors Island are nice and green now and there are wildflower beds here and there. It is so quiet peacful on a weekdays and feels far from the city. We rented a surrey to peddal around the 172-acre island.
Today I had fun working on the flowers I photographed there in Corel Painter 2018.
A composite created from an old photo.
I don’t suppose I need to warn you that this is a composite of the same bird. 🙂
Common Grackle on thin ice – a composite.
I wish you all a Happy Holiday with your family and friends. A composite with four leaves.
There is a campaign abroad to promote solidarity against the vile racism and violence that is afloat throughout the world by wearing a safety pin. Doing so shows that you are against racism and bigotry. I would like to see this take hold here and also have it mean that we stand against Trump. We need to find ways to counteract evil and darkness.
My idea is that the safety pin in the lamp creates lightning bolts to dissipate the darkness. I used photos of Jefferson Library and Washington Square Park taken on 11/6/2016 to create this composite.
I began with a boring photo of some white iris flowers. Split it into muliple Iris and added a background to create this composite image. Adjustment layers, masks and blending modes in Photoshop refined the image.
My interpretation of the rose still life by Julie Powell was created using Photoshop and onOne. I eliminated the dark triangle in the upper left and cloned out the canvas. I added a bit more cloth using cloning on a new layer and masks. Then I used a photo of mine of roses as an overlay on the cloth. Finally a bit of web.
Created for Stacy Fischer’s November – One Photo Focus
I made these digital art images for Halloween in October 2000. They are composits of Stonehenge, a butterfly and a black cat. I used to have a black cat named Sooty when I was a little girl. I love Stonehenge and the ancient history of Britain, and the mythoogy of pre-christian celts and druids. An enjoyable historic novel is Sarum: A Novel of England by Edward Rutherford.