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“The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness ” Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Earth from Above

Just another shot . . . with only six more days to go. 

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“A shadow of a reflection of an image of an illusion.”  Chuck Palahniuk, Haunted

What do your eyes see in this photo?  What is real . . . what is imagined?  I am fascinated that my husband saw something completely different in this shot – as he did not know what I had taken a picture of.  I really enjoy taking abstract photos but find myself getting caught up in trying to capture what is real.  I am challenging myself to look beyond the literal translation of what I am seeing, and capture something that makes the viewer stop and think about what they are seeing.   

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“You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.”  Mark Twain 

I came across this fellow today.  Kind of a cutie pie eh?  This photo is a picture of me and my new best friend.  Oh . . . not the Moose silly!  The camera!  LOL!  One of my fellow 365’ers thought that I look kind of drunk . . . I processed this in Photoshop with Topaz Labs Lens Effects filter to blur the background.  I guess it gives a bit of a surreal look . .  . 

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“The very substance of the ambitious is merely the shadow of a dream.”  William Shakespeare 

I grabbed this shot when hubby and I were out and about today.  We each had a camera and were just shooting whatever was interesting down by the waterfront.  When I brought the photos up in Lightroom, I wondered what it would look like if I masked our shadows with a photo of what we were each shooting.  I was fascinated by the sun setting over the fishing boats, while hubby was more interested in the actual pier and water reflections.  I love being out and about together like this.  

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“In the perspective of every person lies a lens through which we may better understand ourselves.”  Ellen J. Langer 

I shot this in the bathroom mirror, then processed in Lightroom 4 with Trey Ratcliff’s “HDR in Lightroom: A Surprising Touch”.  I then brought it in to Photoshop CS6 where I masked the lens in from the original photo.    This is hand-held with the D800E and the 105mm VRII.  

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