Monday, 30 April 2012

On the balcony

Photo taken in PaperCamera Comic Boom. Open in XnView Fx.
Choose Vintage 3, Enchanted Bokeh, Frame 1. Save, post.

15 comments:

  1. Now this I DO like. Are you selling?

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  2. Am I selling? Crickey! We'll have to talk about it. So pleased you like it. I like it too.

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  3. You're getting the knack of this and you are having great fun! I love this one too.

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  4. absolutely marvelous how you used the app!

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  5. Amanda, Ersi & Gail: you can tell I'm having fun, can't you? Some are better than others but I'll keep trying. Thanks for your support, I really appreciate it.

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  6. C-you are really creating some beautiful images with the iPhone and apps - the combination of photographing using the paper camera and then altering is working a treat. Well done. B

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  7. THAT IS LOVELY!!!

    (I almost missed this one - you snuck it in on me when I wasn't looking! LOL)

    xo

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  8. p.s. I lost my iPhone yesterday. ;-((((

    xo

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  9. This is good! You need to remind me to check out what you're up to....I tend to get lost in my own efforts!! Now I have to go check XnViewFX! It's only fair!!

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  10. Gorgeous. I better start learning how to use those apps!!! xo

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  11. this is exciting! love the blueness in the abstraction, thinking a lot about blue with reading "An Anthropology of Turquoise" by Ellen Meloy on the heels of "Colour: travels through the paintbox" & "Jewels: a secret history" by Victoria Finlay (all 3 are great reads)
    but about the blue-
    "... It fills the sky with itself. In the family of light blue is the fugitive. We are in full chase, writes Goethe in his "Theory of Colours:"[A]s we readily follow an agreeable object that flies from us, so we love to contemplate blue, not because it advances to us, but because it draws us after it."
    from "The Anthropology of Turquoise by Ellen Meloy (p37)
    just had to share

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  12. Barry, thanks, I always appreciate your comments as you take such great photos yourself.
    Judy, glad you like it. Such bad luck about your phone but I think you now have a lovely new one?
    Dave, my app guru. Thanks for everything.
    Barbara, thanks so much for visiting, and for your comments.

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  13. Jill, get cracking with those apps. You know you'll love it!

    Mo, what a wonderful comment. Following on your beautiful blog post I now have several new titles to catch up on. I feel I have a lot to live up to, now.

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