Two versions of one mist picture

Which one is your favourite?

Every picture is connected

I’m not going to explain the connection of the different pictures in this gallery with the assignment of this week’s photo challenge. A picture is always connected if one comes to think of it.

Yesterday was a good day

Today just started (9 AM in South Africa) but yesterday I had a very good day. I worked on two versions of one puzzle picture. In the near future you will see more of my puzzle pictures adventure. The ones I created yesterday I’m specially fond of. The original picture is made at the footpath …

My feet on different surfaces

You may have ‘Beneath My Feet’ in Black & White. This weeks challenge reminds me to one of my first photography lessons: ‘picture the square meter where your feet are standing’. That was in black and white. The large picture I will redo by adding some textures and tones and that one you’ll see back in …

New FaceBook profile picture

Just uploaded our new FaceBook profile picture. Assembled of (self-)portraits I made yesterday evening and added two flower elements. Still needs improvement but for the moment it works.

Review of 2012 in 1 picture

This year’s review of ours can be summarized in this picture of the last full moon in 2012: We feel ourselves very privileged to live in this wonderful village in South Africa. After 11 years of hard pioneering work in an harsh environment in Robertson (125 km from here) it’s such a delight to experience a …

From a different angle

By moving the camera around the visual effects can change significantly. But ever tried to see a picture from a different angle? Last week I took some pictures at the lagoon and choose two for this composition. Of the mainframe (see picture left) I took the sky away and the copy of it I rotated …

Reflections (2)

Referring to yesterdays posting herewith another self-reflection. The thumbnails below tell you how this picture was compiled. Simple but with severe troubles with inverse/refine to get it exactly right. From left (mainframe) to right (last addition) how I fitted it all together. For the colour edition of the cropped self-portrait I had to choose first the …