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Lookin’ a bit seedy

Posted: February 21, 2020 in Nature
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I did mention I had more edits from from with editing the other day. Here are a few I had fun making using the Matter app. Thankfully I’ve never seen anything like this at the park, although it would be quite something! 🙂

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This is a new challenge for me. I haven’t played around with editing for quite some time, realizing when I started that one reason was that it takes so much time because there’s always just “one more thing” to try. 🙂

I shoot nature almost all the time, so it was just a matter of deciding what to try. Here I used double exposure and then played with color. I really love how this one turned out, delicate and ethereal.

Distressed FX gave this tree a very different look, but one I also like.

Yesterday was one of those beautiful, frost-decorated mornings, although with no wind, it thankfully wasn’t as cold as it this area can be! The weekend had been warm, so the bit of the path that’s paved was clear. The rest was an icy 3-D record of the footprints of every person and animal walking that path before the freeze. Made walking quite a chore as you can imagine, up on the ridges, slip down into the prints, so I tried to stick to the edges where the snow crunched but I didn’t slip and slide.

However, in the low spots of the pavement, the leftover water froze again, doing its bit to beautify my walk.

Looked at from a different angle.

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Hurrah! I’ve made it to Philadelphia and back home, dropping of an entire van-load of things for our younger daughter, her last things from our house. One van-load less to move. Now back to the basement: sorting, packing, divesting of “stuff”, etc. Meanwhile, it’s Wednesday. Wake up and enjoy the day!