Hello friends - just a little retrospective of images, many too deep in the mire of Dr.A to have been seen by recent explorers. My thinking is that when an image can be cropped and shopped to a reasonable composition it becomes a picture instead of a picture of. Then I use filters to simulate brushwork which must also serve to unify the image, that is, suggest a deliberate approach (like paintings and poetry)
As much as it would be nice to be an artist - to bury layers of meaning in images, and have a gallery or publisher hoping to make money out of them, the craft is demanding enough by itself, but ultimately boring without a little something to spark the imagination. Composition smooths the path of your eyes around the image, your belief allows my little thoughts to come through. Believe, and enjoy.
|Like it on my wall do you Bunny? That's alright then...|
|Sky painting. Towards old Kerkyra.|
|Geranium and bud|
Smokey on the Wall. Very little work needed here - cropping, sharpening, a few flaws removed, but Smokey's eyes have it, do they not? Normally with both whiskers and eyes I remove all or most of the effect of any filter.
Passion flower and buds. Juliana know what passion flowers are. Drop in on this super lady Later! dammit, finish your first course to get the sweet. OK OK thats enough for now, all this high-powered stiff is tiring I know. See you back here?