Bob, at Northwest Photographer, is sponsoring a challenge that I’ve participated in the past two weeks. He’s a wizard when it comes to Photoshop and editing. He’s given me some pointers and done a few adjustments on my stuff. Normally, I’d be insulted, sensitive soul that I am. But I’m looking to get better at this photo business, and Bob “gently” advises me, so I’m good with it.
The challenge is all about choosing a photograph you’ve taken that you’d like to see framed and hung in your home. I’m looking to hang and frame. Here’s hoping Bob’s still in a kind frame of mind. 🙂
I call this one Jonathan Livingston. You’ve heard of him, I presume?
I am an introvert…
I love being by myself, love being outdoors,
Love taking a long walk with my dogs and looking at the trees, flowers,
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Thank you, Roberta 🙂
I’m dying to enter, but even though he says “pets” I’m pretty sure this mutt wearing a tutu or sitting in a baby swing isn’t what he means.
I think Cupcake is way Frameable. Go for it, Spamgirl!
I would love to show you a variation on your challenge shot. Let me know if you’re interested. – Bob
Yup yup yup! 🙂
I’ve posted the variation on my blog with a link back to yours. Feel free to use this post any way you wish. If you don’t like the enhancement, as always, I’ll remove the post immediately. – Bob
Where did my comment go? Is it waiting for approval?
You were in my spam! That’s a first for you. I thought I was first – and fabulous. 😉
Audrey Hepburn is my kind of woman and your sky photo is brilliant.
She was a stunner and pretty darn smart. Thanks, Trish.
It looks like a painting. I love the clouds 🙂
Thanks! I know it’s simple, but I really like it. 🙂
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it’s beautiful Gemma
I think I will frame it. 😉
Thanks, again, Jo.
no offense intended, but i think bob missed the gist/mood of your photo. i like what he did with it, but that unique mood and power of the lone bird was greatly altered with a society of birds! the lone bird speaks to you, to me, to many of us who find strength in its example!
No offense taken – by me. I like Bob’s version and I appreciate the time he takes, but I do like the mood of the blue and pinkish/orange in mine. And the lone bird was more my point. Never feel you can’t comment honestly, Lisa. I value your opinion. I plan to hang mine, not far from Van Gogh ceibo 🙂