This is a different kind of collage than I have been exploring. The figure was placed on a photograph and then re-photographed. She seems to be in the scene but if you look closely the grass is growing at an odd angle. The reflection in the water behind her plus the unresolved point of view create an uneasy resolution. Thanks for visiting!
This is just a plain old composite. I really like the colors of the sky against the orangy flowers in the foreground. This is a bit rough but it would take a lot of time to refine it and, well, it’s got to be done in a day for the challenge. Enjoy! Thanks for visiting.
Another interrupted landscape. I like the interruptions to the dog and the people in this lakescape. I like the addition of people and pets to this scene. Thanks for viewing!
I spent a lot of time with this image. First I stitched 3 photographs together manually, then copied and pasted to create the pattern. After flattening the image the color was pulled out to maximize the wintry feel. Enjoy and thanks for visiting!
This was my walk this morning after work. Enjoy! And thanks for visiting.
This was another fun one. I really enjoy these interrupted landscapes. Enjoy and thanks for visiting!
This one is a little different; I’ve combined several elements to create a kind of mirror effect. It reminds me of Stonehenge and 2001. Enjoy! And thanks for visiting.
Clouds and lights: I have to remind myself to look up. This little collage is a celebration of our beautiful Colorado skies. Enjoy and thanks for visiting!
This is a straight photograph, as seen in lower Manhattan. I just love the colors and patterns in this image. I started to collage it with another but decided I like it as is. Thanks for visiting!
I love taking these multiple shots of sites along the hiking trail and then rearranging them, breaking them up and introducing them as “Broken Landscapes”. This is a meditation on the value of our National Parks and our natural resources. Enjoy - and thanks for stopping by!