Posts Tagged ‘texture’

We Just Don’t Talk Any More

My antique bakelite telephone. It has been converted to enable it to work (which it does) but I think my finger would be in a splint by the time I finished dialling today’s telephone numbers.

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Phone Off The Hook 800

Pastel Dream

Pastel Dream

Folded Corners

This photograph is of a small book called “Under His Shadow” ~ The Last Poems of Frances Ridley Havergal. It was published in 1886 so has survived and is holding together quite well.

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Folded Corners

 

 

Fallen Petals

Too cold to go out with the camera today – I’m such a coward.

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Fallen Petals

Levi The Black

Levi, the cat, and myself went up the hill at the back of our house today. It was a little difficult trying to get photos at ground level as Levi has to get into everything. I put a book on a fencing post to photograph but, before I could even focus, Levi had jumped up with his dirty, wet  paws and decided to just sit there muddying the pages. I took a photo of him instead.

Levi

 

A Reminder Of Summer

Teacup And Flower

Art Of A Teacup

Found a new programme which allows the use of textures in processing.  This is my first result with the new programme. I especially like it as it is free to use and it’s called iPiccy.

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Art Of A Teacup

Good News For 2013

The book may be vintage or it may be brand new but the word of God never changes and the news is always good.

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Just Love Starlings

They may be common and they may all look the same but they are really funny and very photogenic.

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Psalms And Satin Ribbons

Some indoor work for a change using the lightbox my wonderful son made for me. On days of poor weather I can feed my photography addiction.

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