Back in the 80s, I had a psychedelic poster. It was huge and trippy, and it was filled with so much detail that I could stare at it and find new things for a long time. Of course, it helped to be in a, shall we say, altered state.
I have always been confused about the correct spelling of gray/grey. I’ve seen both and yet have resisted doing the research to answer which one I should use. The resistance comes because I suspect gray is more correct, but I like grey better.
For the twelfth day of Halloween, I’m posting some of my photo-manipulations. All of these were done in Photoshop, and all include stock photos from others. These images are posted on deviantArt.com.
It seems fitting to post this simple photo manipulation of the mask I included in yesterday’s post.
I before E except after C and in words like neighbor and weigh.
That was the rule I learned way back when, but it’s a big fat lie. When I first realized the “rule” was a falsehood perpetuated by teachers I had trusted, I was disillusioned.
Don’t tell me you didn’t see a cemetery post coming from a mile away!
Bayview Cemetery in Bellingham is one of my favorite places. It’s a pleasure to stroll through and large enough to offer plenty of opportunities for exploration.
A few posts ago, I mused on the word haunt. In keeping with that theme, here are some photo manipulations* of houses in Bellingham that were meant to convey a haunting mood. Of course, whether they succeed or not is up to you to decide!
I’ve been musing on the word haunt lately and, given that we are approaching Halloween, it seems like a good time to write about it.
A few weeks ago, I told a friend that the Bear Creek Greenway haunts me. My friend naturally asked, “What do you mean?”
Do you ever look at pictures of yourself and wonder if that’s how you really looked?
When I was in grade school, we did this project:
I think I may have mentioned I have a lot of interests. Over the last ten years, I’ve dabbled in a number of art forms and have saved some of the results of my experimentation. I don’t claim it’s art, but it was fun to do!