Posted on June 27, 2014
By George Weaver
Bromeliad Leaf Characters
Today, I love these characters!
I might not see the characters at all.
Leaf characters are elusive, you know.
Category: Abstracts, Photographs, Photography Tags: Abstracts, photographs, photography
Beautiful abstractions – conceptualized extractions from Nature. 🙂
I can’t begin to do the kinds of abstracts that you do with all of your layers and creations, but I do enjoy converting some of the pics to a free form kind of thing. 😉 Thanks, Joseph. Where are my photos of the dragons???????
Working on those. I do have Red Riding Hood on the Shelf. 🙂
George, the upper picture here is simply wonderful – “wow!” is all I can manage! Adrian
Hi, Adrian. It was fun to do with Filter Forge 4. Some pics lend themselves to abstracts, but most don’t. I enjoy the process. The top one is the abstract of the bottom one, you know. Thank you. I’m pleased that you like it. 🙂
Love the abstract nature of the first one, George. 🙂
Hi, Robin! Thanks. I enjoy playing “painting” digitally since I can’t do it naturally… Chuckle…
So creative, I loved these George!
Hi, Charlene! Thanks. I’m glad you like them. I can’t paint or draw, so I am tempted to pretend that I can with these “painting” filters. Do you have prints of baby feet, yet. That would make wonderful, colorful pictures. If mom will allow watercolors on the bottom of Baby Cheeks’ feet! 🙂
We do have those from the hospital, but I really should do some for her room, and of her hands, much harder to do!
Wait until she’s asleep to do her hands? Chuckle… If you can get them straightened out enough!
she usually has little starfish hands!
Something from out of space…
Yes, space aliens, and they are sweethearts, too. 🙂 Thanks, for visiting me, Rob!
Ah, and how glorious that smiling face peeking over the tulips is! I smile every time I see it. I am going to call you “Sunshine” whether you like it or not! If everybody were as happy as you look in that pic, the world would be one sunny place for us all! 🙂 Thanks for visiting me, L’Adelaide!
Ah, Thanks, Christine! I love those bromeliad leaves, alive or dead, but they just aren’t very interesting to most folks, I think, so I jazzed them up a bit! 🙂 Thanks, for stopping by to visit, as always!
quite the shot. well done. unexpected.
Hi, Victor! I enjoy playing “artist” with the Filter Forge filters. 🙂
I am thinking of you and worrying about your proximity to all of the trouble in the ME. I am about to order you to evacuate…
I like the first photo too – looks like a creative piece of abstract art.
Thanks, Colline. Filter Forge 4 has some fun filters. I can’t resist playing with some of the pics that I think might work. Your kids would love using it. I can’t paint or draw, but I can fantasize that I am creative when I play with it! Chuckle… Hope your summer vacation is fun. 🙂 Thank you, as always, for stopping by to visit me!
Whatever software rendered the first photo is really, really cool!
Thanks, Ray. It’s Filter Forge 4, a really flexible and interesting piece of software. You can do as much or as little as you like and there are many filters to choose from.
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