Friday, March 6, 2009

In My Mind's Eye



Just playing around with textures again.  I did some color editing in iphoto, then applied this texture by Skeletal Mess, at flickr.  And waiting, not so patiently, for spring to usher us out of this wasteland.

OK, so maybe that's a little dramatic, but you know what I mean.  Right?

12 comments:

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Dramatic? Maybe, but it tells us a great deal about what you are feeling...and that is the most sincere kind of sharing. Good morning, Mary. And I mean that sincerely!
Mona

Marcie said...

Very dramatic..painterly effect. Looks like you're having fun!!!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I didn't preview that comment and had to laugh when I read it. I almost want to break out in that song "Sincerely" ~grin~ but I really do wish you a wonderful morning as well as a wonderful day.
Mona

Gail - Fort Rock Glimpses said...

Mary, I love to come to your blog when I need a dose of peace. Your photos are really wonderful.

Carolynn said...

It IS very dramatic and I do know what you mean. We have beautiful clear skies today and then we're going to be getting some arctic air for the next few days...brrr....

spread your wings said...

this photo is peaceful.
I was thinking just this morning, "I don't think there is another season that we so eagerly await"
here in the south we are getting a really nice dose of spring weather. i'm so excited.

Teri said...

Peaceful, that is a great word to describe this image. Lovely color and texture.

AmpersandToo said...

it's going to be 70 degrees here over the weekend, yay! i am so ready!!

i love what you are doing with textures and this one really communicates the feeling of waiting.

Deborah Godin said...

I think the color is perfect for the longing your notes express (but it doesn't diminish the beauty of the subject). I could imagine that color on a distant barren world (which a lingering winter can feel like, at times!)

John said...

Very nice picture and very good image processing, Mary.

Have a nice weekend.

Char said...

the edits are very etheral - I thought about you a lot yesterday when I went to the local "flea market" (thrift and antiques combined reall) One booth had everything 1/2 price and had lots of red transfer ware.

Jeannelle said...

Gorgeous! I think your area must have a standing order an atmosphere of fog and mist.