The journey have been exciting and the joy of finding new ways of seeing the same image have been challenging ..and have stretched the imagination..
Not everyone will like the same version as taste is…very personal !!..but it would be great to see which of the four version is your favorite by voting here:
The name — of it — is “Autumn” —
The hue — of it — is Blood —
An Artery — upon the Hill —
A Vein — along the Road —
Great Globules — in the Alleys —
And Oh, the Shower of Stain —
When Winds — upset the Basin —
And spill the Scarlet Rain —
It sprinkles Bonnets — far below —
It gathers ruddy Pools —
Then — eddies like a Rose — away —
Upon Vermilion Wheels —
Emily Elizabeth Dickinson
One Four Challenge week 3
Inspired by some of your comments last week i thought i would enhance the wintry, mysterious night of my bridge story of this November.
With the help of Photoshop filters and layers manipulation, a playful mind and an anticipation of the winter to come..i give you my image for week 3 !
There are so many interesting challenges across the blogging medium..and wish i had the time to participate to all of them..they do stretch one’s comfort zone..
Having seen so many wonderful entries at the Monochrome challenge, i could not stop myself from sending one myself..
This can be found on Leanne‘s page, a blog the captured me attention entirely !
Here is my entry for the Descent Challenge
created by Chery Lucas Rowlands at Descent
I would very much like your perspective on this..the other night I was talking to my partner about who introduced for the first time perspective in paintings..he rightly thought that the Italians have done it first but I couldn’t stop thinking that the Greeks must have done it first..
What do you think ?..
Could you come up with their names also ?!..
Here are some shots on perspective that I enjoyed very much capturing it..