Project 313 – Post No. 243

Since I posted a few winter photos recently, I figure I would do a few more. THIS one is of a 2012 winter storm in Monument, CO.

For them who crave the SmugMug experience, HERE you go. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 243

Yup! I think I will like this series . . . all the way until I get tired of it. 

What I like about Willy is that he’s imbued with the kind of practical-genius intellect that we all envy and try to emulate. 

Say, ya know what? That’s not a bad idea.

I assume I’ve not shared this before . . . but, even if I have, I give you . . . .The strangest of marine creatures blowing bubbles.

The strangest of marine creatures blowing bubbles

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

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7 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 243

  1. Love your snow pics! We usually get snow every winter, but I’m concerned after a very wet summer and wet October…we might get zilch snow. :-(

    PHOTO: Ha! Well, I like this series…and I will not get tired of it. The frame is perfect on this one!
    CARTOON: Ha, Willy! :-D I never thought of it in those terms before. I guess I did it all wrong. ;-) I just went and served food and chatted with peoples and ate after we got home.
    DOODLE: OOH! I’ve always loved bubbles and will continue to do so! Love this bubbly doodley doodle!
    HUGS!!! :-)


  2. AnnMarie says:

    Yup, continuing the tea cups series photos is a good idea. They’re beauties to be shared.


    • disperser says:

      I will for a while but it takes a bit more processing because of the white background I had used. Some of the effects I use don’t do much on the white so it looks a bit odd unless I specifically treat it and to do that, I need to separate it from the object. Not difficult, but extra steps that take a bit more time.


      • AnnMarie says:

        Just as long as you stay away from that hairy Leonardo one (or whatever you called it).


      • disperser says:

        You’ve liked that treatment before (I left a few examples on your previous comment about the treatment) . . . it’s supposed to be pencil strokes. Not sure what it means that you see a man’s hairy chest (or back).


        • AnnMarie says:

          You replied and explained on a previous post about the “hairy” process, that it’s one you had used on a forest landscape and was called da Vinci (?) and it did look good for that subject. However, used as a background for the teacup . . . well, it didn’t.


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