Posts Tagged ‘Pixlr’

Literal: expressed by letters.  In this case, the sentiment is also expressed, I am compelled by my inner grammarian to add, incorrectly.  It should read “Fake happiness is the WORST kind of sadness” (unless there are only two kinds).  I’m also quite sure this isn’t a quote from the fiddling Nero, but I think the sentiment worthy of sharing and it was a fun find as we wandered the streets of Philadelphia last year.

Debbie at Travel with Intent hosts One Word Sunday (as well as Six-word Saturday–what is it with the number thing?), but she set us a hard one this week.  Looking forward to seeing other interpretations.

After waking to the news of the shootings in Las Vegas yesterday, listening to coverage to find out what actually happened, and then being disgusted by the immediate advent of the blame game, I thought I’d go with something light and fun today, something I concocted on Pixlr.  I hope it brings a smile to your face and a bit of joy to your heart.

I almost didn’t participate this week, feeling mostly brain dead when it came to thinking about editing.  I know photomontage is the new thing, which made me want to try something else, but nothing came to mind that felt fresh.  So I put together two versions of a photo of a Minnesota windmill taken while driving back from Wyoming (with an iPhone held to the side and clicked while I watched the highway) and two shots of feathery things that looked as if they would be blown away (literally) by the windmill. As Sally always asks, which do you prefer and why?

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