Despite colder than normal temperatures the last two days, I think it can be safely said that Spring has arrived. One of the sights I always look forward to is the huge grouping of tulips up the street. I suspect you may be seeing a lot of these in the next week or so-
Images taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, Pic-Tap-Go, Glaze, Tangled Fx, iColorama s and Coowl-
For today: Tulips x 2
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of a sort. Here are three red balloons that fell into the clutches of the iPad-still needs a bit more work I think to pull out the outlines of a couple of the balloons’ shapes-
Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, Stackables, Pic-Tap-Go, iColorama s, Tangled Fx and PhotoToaster
For today: Three and Red
of a dogwood tree down the street. I am drawn more and more to these kind of explorations. I think it might be the frustrated painter in me.
Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, iColorama S, Pic-Tap-Go and Tangled Fx
For today: Dogwood
One of my favorite spring messengers–the forsythia in the back yard.
Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, Pic-Tap-Go, Tanglex Fx and iColorama S
For today: Forsythia
I have a feeling that Hubble in his desperate quest to catch a squirrel knocked off the gothic-arched piece that was hanging on the back fence wall.
Lately I have been playing around with some apps that I have not paid a lot of attention to, especially iColorama S. Like Tangled Fx, this is a bit of a learning curve here, at least for me, but it has been interesting so far. For those of you who are on Instagram, check out Delaney Dean’s work or else visit her Zenfolio site here. It is amazing what she creates using this app, an iPhone and an iPad.
For today: Back Corner
One of the things I most look forward to as the weather turns warmer and the days longer, are the sidewalk drawings that begin to appear in the neighborhood. There is a new crop of budding young artists appearing. I look forward to seeing what their eyes capture during the coming months. These drawings were done by the little boy across the street of his parents. I suspect he had some help with the drawing of his mother, but his father’s image right down to the “My Dab” is all his.
Images taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed
For today: Sidewalk Sketches
with a small bit of color provided by an orange freesia-
Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed and Pic-Tap-Go
For today: Orange Freesia
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