Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Texture Tuesday 30 October Free & Easy eDition


A fairly simple and straightforward affair, this one. Actually this is entirely a practise photograph. I was taking odd pictures BEtween doctor appointments a couple weeks back and this is the fountain that blasts BEtween the buildings. 

I used kk_coolgrunge over my cropped image [colour burned 83%] at darken 88%. Then I added kk_canvas grunge at multiply 83%. I screened the word rise at 37%.

I almost felt sure of myself DOing this one. Which is important for me to note and acknowledge. There is still a vast amount I don't know [and more still that totally befuddles me] yet I enJOY my one-a-day.

And I enJOY learning from others at Texture Tuesday, too. 

So VERY MUCH!!!

kimklassencafe

22 comments:

Viv (modifica) said...

Love the colours in this and that the water is frozen...

Michelle V. Alkerton said...

very cool :)
Stay inspired!

amy of four corners design said...

you're doing great - love the image!

Evelyn S. said...

The artist at work! This is a most interesting image in composition and editing!

Leovi said...

Interesting and mysterious.

linda said...

I do love it when serendipity steps in to make a random shot into a wonder! Bravo!

Janet said...

love this!

PrairieJill said...

Great image!

Deborah said...

love it!

Linda Kittmer said...

There's something very captivating about the colours and dark, almost mysterious, quality of this image. Very interesting Currie. Well done!

kelly said...

love the moody feel of this shot. really great!

The Artful Diva said...

I love the "total grunge" texture. It works so well here!

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Beautiful texture!
Wishing you a wonderful week.

Beverly said...

Quite an artsy photo, and even a bit abstract with the extra dark background. I can see this used for a fabric print for quilting.

Marilyn said...

A swell job, Currie. Very abstract, almost mysterious, feeling. Your text is perfect with the image.

Sharon said...

Wonderful texture work! You are developing an artist's eye, looking at what's right in front of you while going to an appointment. Good for you!

Jez said...

A very thoughtful post which chimes with me, and will give me thoughts to add to my ponderings today. Love the photo.

Melinda said...

This is beautiful! You really have the soul of an artist- and I am just beginning to think my photography could be art someday. I love your work!

Nancy Claeys said...

Looks a bit spooky -- appropriate for the holiday. :)

Ana Eugénio said...

so interesting :) it's a bit abstract and cool! xxo

Kia said...

Intriguing, almost mysterious. :)

Catharina Engberg said...

A very interesting photo! Gets your mind going.