A long lived and incredibly showy clump forming perennial, considered one of the best for borders.
Painterly effect Topaz Palette Knife & Oil 11
Kathy from 365Project.org , challenged me to frame an image using elements of a scene to create a frame within your frame.
Oncoming train going at a snails pace allowed me to photograph it head on.
I'm passionate about photography, since the digital revolution, I've taken thousands of pictures. Photography for me, is about capturing the special moments in our lives...
The same three tulips I photographed a couple of weeks ago. Shot on a Lightpad and converted to high key black and white
Took a pic of the TV screen while watching Oscars. Post processing in photoshop using the distort/wave filter. Can anyone see the faces?
An oldie, image taken January 2010. Challenge from Kathy from 365Project.org - Framed, using elements of a scene to create a frame within a frame. Not sure if this works. I've had a few crazy busy weeks with a few more ahead. A little behind in posting.
Erected in 1924, the cross atop Mount Royal commemorates January 6, 1643, when In 1643, Sieur de Maisonneuve, Montréal's founder, erected a wooden cross and kept his promise to carry it to the summit of Mount Royal if the young colony survived flooding. Today, this monument erected in 1924 stands 30 metres (98 feet) high and when lit, can be seen from miles away.
Low key treatment.
On April 21st, Montreal got hit with a record-breaking snowfall, and the temperature plunged below the freezing mark.
Taking a photo a day is a huge undertaking and challenging. I will try and document my life via my photos. January 3, 2020 is my first day of my 365 day Photo Challenge. I'm also posting on 365project.org enjoying photo challenges from a great group of photographers.