Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Anything Goes Texture Tuesday 6 November 2012


Part of the fun of making 366 Daze of Grace is that each and every day this year I have been digitally fiddling with one of my oh so many photographs of Gracie. In that process I have learned so much. 

I AM LEARNING so much. Many things, taken on with gusto in January quickly peter out by February, or May, or... BUT this is NOT the case with this. In fact, as I have learned, little by slowly, as well by taking many steps backward without seeing much forward motion at ALL, this practise has BEcome a record of wonder. And progress.

I see where I BEgan to wrap my head round this thing or that tweak or layers or adding in some text. There is so much more I Now want to know BEcause of what I am learning AS I GO.

I picked this photo from last week's 2 November BEcause it speaks to ME and is clearly a mile-marker. Is it the "best" or is it my "favourite" photo?! NO, or MayBE, or That Day It Was...

The very best that has come from this project of mine is still revealing itself. It has brought me here, to Texture Tuesday, and to other places, where I have "met" and learned from others all along the spectrum of the wonder that is digital photography and what I call "Digital Fiddling."

That's it. That's all. That's quite enough...


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7 comments:

sherrygaley said...

Just discovered your 366 Daze of Grace. I love it and can relate so well, being a lover of dogs, my own being Westies...

Kim Stevens said...

I love what you did with this, so fun!! And that's what I love about all of this process, that the reveal isn't permanent, but evolving!

kelly said...

meeting new friends has been one of the unexpected joys on my journey with photography. so glad you are enjoying it as well.

Linda Kittmer said...

Fun shot of Grace in her rainbow world. I agree it has been great to 'meet' so many new people along this cyber journey!

Kia said...

This sure is a cheerful image, well done. :)

PrairieJill said...

Wow - what gorgeous, bright colours! Great stuff!

Marilyn said...

Wonderful, creative "fiddling", Currie. The colorful stripes are a big wow! You found the perfect sentiment to go with the image.