Tuesday, August 31, 2010

3 Muses Challenge .. Back to Nature

'From a Grain of Sand...." I chose this as my theme this week as I sometimes think the we come from a grain of sand to return to a grain of sand...(Hope I am not too deep with this analysis!!)
I used two images of sunlight on the beach, placed them on top of each other, changed the transparency of the top one and added filters.... all done in Photoshop. I do hope that you enjoy my take on "Back to Nature".




16 comments:

peggy gatto said...

amazing!

Ozstuff said...

Hi Glenys - sorry to hear of your loss of precious artwork. It's getting to the stage where we have to have an external drive to back up our external drive. Where will it all end? I thought I was doing the right thing by religiously copying everything to my external drive but my daughter insists I need another backup - or maybe pay to store all my stuff online.
Your "from a grain of sand" piece is superb, Glenys. It is so creative and thoughtful and to think you constructed it from your own photos. Great work.

LynnF said...

Stunning is simply too mild!!! It's a superb piece of art, Glenys! And I'd like to say how sorry I am that you lost your wonderful work! All the best! LynnF

Diana Evans said...

oh wow!!! these are so neat!!! your take on the theme is unique and wonderful!!!

johanna said...

very impressive, i really love your take on the theme.

Willy said...

A fabulous piece, Glenys!

missy k said...

Awesome!

Junibears said...

This is breathtaking art! Beautiful.xx

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wonderful take on this theme.

linda said...

This is so gorgeous--like the birth of a galaxy!

So sorry to hear of the loss of all your work. We forget how fragile this digital world is, sometimes.

all about nature said...

really amazing my mom !

all about nature said...

i was follow in this blog, now your turn

indybev said...

Sorry about your "trauma". It happened to me, and I know how disturbing (to put it mildly) it is. This art piece is amazing. The fun of doing challenges is to sit back and see all the wonderful interpretations that come our way. Well done, my friend!

Taluula said...

Not too deep for me Glenys, it is lovely to see such a wonderful idea illustrated. Beautiful interpretation.

Grannie Annie said...

I just love people who think outside the box...great work.

Jackie said...

Very clever and very beautiful!