"Rain Mosaic" (5-11-14 tthabol, 3-2-14 005v3 adobe) is certainly appropriate by title, and the "feel" of it, IMHO, given all the rain we've been having this winter. I'd like to sharpen it but don't have the actual pic on this new computer yet. I copied ...

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RAIN MOSAIC

"Rain Mosaic" (5-11-14 tthabol, 3-2-14 005v3 adobe) is certainly appropriate by title, and the "feel" of it, IMHO, given all the rain we've been having this winter. I'd like to sharpen it but don't have the actual pic on this new computer yet. I copied the coding from my previous posting so it would appear here, as I've been doing with all the recent pix I've posted. And although I could sharpen an appropriately edited screen shot of that previous post, there's no way I've yet found to load a screen shot to blogger. Ack! All these bright kiddies who don't work and play well together. Well, more likely, I just haven't figured out enough of how it all fits together yet.

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‘til next take, may you enjoy life in the ever changing light,




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BUBBLING TO THE SURFACE

"Bubbling to the Surface" (3-18-16 d&P) was previously posted on my dreams&poetry blog almost three years ago. I stumbled across it as I was looking through my pix on that blog for something to go with today's poem there. I found a more appropriate photomorph for the poem post, but decided "Bubbling..." would make a decent pic for today's post here. It's one of those that immediately pleases me but after I've taken a couple more ganders at it, find myself thinking: meh ... something's missing, or present that doesn't fit. So it's ultimately another photo to work on when I finally load a good editing program to this new computer. In the meantime, I share it here as I do really like the color combo and the "texture."

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MUSTACHIO MASQUERADE

What I said back in 2014 when I first posted this pic still applies: "Sorry 'bout MUSTACHIO MASQUERADE (4-15-14 017v4). I kept seeing handlebar mustaches on these irises and that's what I tried to bring out. Why green? Well, why mustaches on irises. I don't know. I just like this odd combination of colors, I guess." And that quote begs the question, why re-post it? Hey, it gave me a laugh on a sad morning. Maybe it'll do the same for someone else.

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NOSTALGIA

"Nostalgia" (4-16-14 008v3) is another re-post, from October of 2013. And I still like how it puts me in mind of a hand-tinted daguerreotype. Though I still also have a wee bit of problem with how that yellow stands out. Well, once I have a good pic editing program on my new computer I can try toning that area down. However, I'm really beginning to see how the time for fudging at a pic may really be past. I had a friend many, many years ago (my one and only truly helpful poetry teacher) who claimed some artistic efforts always remain "flawed gems." :-) Then there's that Japanese aesthetic I've shared here many times that at one level says: nothing's perfect. (The other two levels are: nothing lasts, and nothing's finished.)

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THE NEST

"The Nest" (8-18-18 d&p, 8-17-18 017v2 adobe) was posted on my dreams&poetry blog late this summer, taken on one of my increasingly rare long walks. I have not given up on taking those walks again; it's just going to take time, and the advent of warmer weather. Yeah, the chill never bothered me in winters here before. But I wasn't on my way to 76 and I do think I'm becoming ever more sensitive to colder temperatures. But to this pic: as I've said here many, many times I love these sorts of tree roots. And have gazillions of pix of them. On my old computer: yup, still haven't gotten my 13,000 pix copied over to this new 'puter. I copied the blogger posting coding for this one which is how I can have it appear in a new post here. (That's what I've been doing with all the re-posts of pix I've been making since getting this new 'puter.)

In the meantime, I've also been having fun taking print screens of pix on my blogs that I like. Cropping off all the extraneous stuff using Windows 10 Photos program, then fooling around with them further with other editing functions this program offers. "Photos" in Windows 10 isn't at all sophisticated. (Boy, do I miss MS Picture Manager! But, from the research I've done, it'd be worth my sanity to download it.) However, "Photos" is allowing me to have pix of my own on my logged-in screen again. And a little bit of fun seeing what I can accomplish with a bare bones editing program, by combining and re-combining effects offered, etc.

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‘til next take, may you enjoy life in the ever changing light,




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