Nancy’s Photo a Week prompt is Reflection this week, and I immediately thought of the photos I took at the Pacific Design Center last Friday. The architecture and reflections there are stunning. Everywhere you look, you’ll find a treat for the eyes.
Check out my newest experiment in my windowsill garden!
Maybe you’ve tried this with carrot or lettuce ends — have you ever tried Brussels Sprouts?
January 2014 ] [ February 2021
The same view, seven years apart. The trees have grown!
This is not really a “photo-as-art” post, bear with me.
Learned something new. Origami box made from six 3×3” papers.
Envisioning new usage for the reject day job pattern printouts.
Hat tip to @embellish_or_perish for finding origami octahedrons at a charity shop and making me curious!
Linking up with Catherine’s #iwillwearwhatilike
This week’s challenge was to post a still photo showing motion.
I shot this on the east coast of Florida on my 2014 road trip.
Seen on a recent walk in the neighborhood:
With this week’s theme of water, I offer some images from my On the Edge US series.
This was a project tied to a road trip that I took in 2014, circumnavigating the US as close to the edge of the contiguous 48 states as I could get on US highways and Interstates.
Each “edge” has an ocean, a gulf, or lakes/ rivers.
I applied the watercolor look to my photographs using the Waterlogue app.
There are smart device and a desktop versions available.
To see the entire On the Edge series, click here.
After replacing the bulbs in the dining room light fixture, I looked straight up.
These are the patterns of light and dark.
Aside from my Fluevog obsession (subject of 3 A-Z Challenges – 2017, 2018, 2019), I MADE a pair of “basic” pumps from scratch in a workshop with Chris Francis at Otis College of Art and Design in June, 2017. It was a week of hard work!
(photos in reverse order)
[Later] I forgot to mention, these are THE most uncomfortable shoes. I knew, going in, the heels were not “my style”. But the shoes themselves? OMG. I probably used too much glue on them. The right shoe is still on the last (the form used to build the shoe, it’s turquiose in the photos). Where it shall remain, as a sculptural object!