This first photo was taken in Marshall Forest, the only forest in the US located within a city limit. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that one of the walking trails in the park is a "Braille trail" for the visually impaired.
This is the resulting pattern:
I liked the masculine feel of this pattern, so I used it for wrapping paper.
I had an idea for a project, so I was messing with these chains on some marble steps, trying to find a pattern or design that looked like the chains had been "broken" (under Tim's orders not to break his chains. Ha!)
The photo resulted in this interesting pattern:
I used it for wrapping paper and ribbon.
We were driving down a road Sunday afternoon, rounded a corner, and the sunlight focused on these pink flowers in such a way that they glowed. Because I was driving, I just went past it but the image was burned in my brain. We turned around and went back to take a photo, but by then the sun was no longer on the flowers so the photos are quite disappointing.
But I got these magical snowflakes as a pattern, so all is not lost!
The pattern was too fine for wrapping paper, but it made a beautiful ribbon:
I love being able to create art from photos that won't be used as art themselves. Makes me view everything in life with a different perspective.
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Original Photography Turned into Art
Some funky, some beautiful.
Some bold, some gentle.
Some playful, some romantic.