Alphabet Challenge “B” Stories poll could use a few votes

A quick reminder — if you’ve not already done so — to vote for one of the stories in the “B” Alphabet Challenge Submissions. You can vote HERE and for them who have yet to read them, there are links to each of the stories in that post.

By the way, you can still vote for the “A” Alphabet Challenge Submissions HERE and for them who have yet to read them, there are links to each of those stories in that post.

To be clear, you can read the stories and not vote (as some people have done). It’s also perfectly OK to not like any of them (it’s one of the voting options).

Any reader involvement is appreciated and we welcome comments and questions. They will be answered anonymously, but answers you’ll get (if you have questions, of course).

Click for a larger view. Full-size can be seen HERE.

That’s a Topaz Impression 2.0 conversion of the previously shared flower photo.

As a reminder, that stand-alone Topaz Labs app can take your photo and apply various adjustments to turn it into paintings. Different types of paintings that either mimic specific artists, mimic specific painting mediums (oils, pastels, watercolors, etc.), or mimic styles like pointillism, impressionism, or other -isms.

Click for a larger view. Full-size can be seen HERE.

You can go to the SmugMug Gallery HERE to see the transition from color photograph to the artistic representation of same.

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Of course, I can’t leave well enough alone because things are seldom black and white.

. . . or are they?

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Anyway, remember to vote and to direct friends, enemies, and people you have no opinion about toward the trio of stories.

By the way, there are a few extra versions in the SmugMug Gallery.

Here’s the gallery of the above . . .

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4 Responses to Alphabet Challenge “B” Stories poll could use a few votes

  1. AnnMarie says:

    Love what you did with those photos!!! Your second one is stunningly beautiful!

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  2. I hope the voting is going well!

    These color flower photos are gorgeous! But, wowza, the non-color (ha) ones really jumped off the screen at me! I like the softness about them…and that they make me focus longer on the details!

    HUGS!!! to you and Melisa

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    • disperser says:

      Thank you, Carolyn.

      The voting has hit a wall. I’m considering cutting the voting down to two weeks since it doesn’t seem like we get anything after the first week.

      As for the flowers, there are so many variations of B&W (and color, too) that it’s difficult choosing one version to post.

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