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Texture adamned.art: www.flickr.com/photos/hanne_exurban/4089568140/in/set-721... (modified)
"scientific" illustration study
watercolors, colored pencils, ink + PS, AI
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Happy Easter everyone ;)!
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Observing these fragile remains which lead to the depths of soul.
Going wild with the extrude filter in Photoshop CC, this is a previous light painting shot with Miss Polly Styrene on a jetty in the dark..
To get the extrude effect to appear off centre, I mirrored the image, applied the extrude filter then re-cropped
I promise I have not been taking any whacky substances...
When I first came to live on Merseyside in 1999 Avon buses operated a number of deckers but for most of the intervening years they have been an exclusively saloon fleet. Lately they have acquired deckers again. Y173 NLK, a Plaxton-bodied Volvo B7TL new to Metroline and preserved Ribble Leyland National TRN 808V, frame ex-First Alexander ALX400 buses with similar underpinnings in the operator's yard.
Chalamain Gap filed 30ft deep with avalanche debris. This did not feel like a safe place to hang about taking photos; a steep slope of ice and snow that had not yet fallen stretched 200 metres further back behind me along the gap.
The crown wall of the avalanche can be seen on the top right off the photo, roughly 2 meters high, starting halfway through Chalamain Gap and continuing for 300 meters along the North East ridge.
Time to go.
rialto market, business discussions ...
Dropped onto a prospective planet, this probe quickly burrows into the surface as far as it can and sends analysis of all it's findings back to the mother ship
Side effects of being an over-thinker: simple things become complex, minor issues turn into grand dramas, you become a master of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, an expert at misinterpret people and what they say, there is always something to worry about, all your time is wasted on over-analysing everything and everyone. And nothing is ever good enough.
But you always have something to do.
...cause with all that exploring, you need to examine the data as well....
Because you don't wanna touch it until you know what it is!!!
Leica M6 TTL
Leica Summicron 35mm f/2 IV "King of Bokeh"
Fuji Neopan 400
7.5 min 20°C
Scan from negative film