So, for my contribution to this week's Texture Tuesday over at Kim Klassen's cafe, I decided to take an imaginary trip with some images from my past. Then, of course, I re-read her challenge and she said to use her textures on a recent photo.... oh, well. Please make sure to visit Kim's website to see all the amazing images that are submitted by artists (who, unlike me, follow the rules).
|England's Lake District 2010|
Kim's "warm grunge" in overlay @70%, "warm sun" in soft light @ 29%, plus a blue filter by Jerry Jones of Shadow House Creations
|Macchu Picchu 2008|
Kim's "love in layers" in overlay @100%, plus a texture I made from the back of a cookie sheet
No textures, just one layer each of a transparent yellow and red mask from Shadow House Creations
**well, ok, it was about 8 years ago or so.... Sturbridge Village had a special day when they provided costumes for the kids, so my three had a grand time back in 1833, gathering wood, feeding the chickens, and helping in the kitchens. You know, all the things kids never want to do for real!
One more thing -- I suspect that art and photography blogs want to keep politics and religion out of the conversation, and for the most part I agree. But I just couldn't keep quiet. Not after the Congressional debt crisis debacle we all witnessed this last week.
On second thought, I won't say a word: