Today’s image turned out even better than I imagined it would!
Month: February 2013
Another quick post tonight. This one has a nice steampunk flavor.
No, not that kind of quickie!
I managed to find this image while watching my new app make pretty pictures:
A dear friend, Leslie M., told me about this inexpensive little app for Macs that makes kaleidoscope images. I gave it a try, and I’m in serious like with it! While there is definitely room for improvement, I do love the results I’ve gotten so far.
Yep, I’m still on my kaleidoscope kick. Based on another photo from our trip to Alaska in 2009, this one was an image of barnacles and mussels growing on/clinging to a rock face that was submerged twice a day when the tide came in, then exposed as the tide receded again. By my estimate, that tidal difference was somewhere between 10 and 16 feet in normal weather.
Today’s project used a photo from a trip we took to Alaska for the salmon run, back in 2009. I had a good idea of the sort of image I was looking for in my personal gallery, and was pretty sure that I would find something suitable from the Alaska trip. I had forgotten all about this image.