existing in a vacum
the mask imbibes its hue
a dappled disguise
smoke-screens for the populace
I’m taking part in the January 2012 River of Stones.
For more Stones see My Small Stones
This is the original photograph before I played around with it.
I’d love to hear which one you like best…
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Published by Jo Bryant
I was born in the land of Banjo Paterson, gum trees, and weather extremes.
I am a freelance photographer. I love to make images that make people happy. To capture forever a precious moment.
I am also a freelance writer/editor.
I live in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, but still like to claim my Australian heritage.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Communications in 2008.
I am writing my first novel.
I love to write poetry, short stories, and also write for the web.
And there is nothing that is on a par with a sunny summer's day spent at Waihi Beach.
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You certainly utilized that cool image to its fullest, Jo! Good for you!
Had fun doing it – loved making it seem to float…
OMG, Jo, somehow your blog disappeared from my radar … thank you for stopping by my blogger post … found you again … so happy! Never, ever forgotten, my friend. Blessed be. Love, cat. (http://catsruledogsdroole.blogspot.com/)
Well then I am happy as I did miss your lovely presence…
I think my favourite has to be the first picture.
I like that one a lot as well…
That’s a very arresting image, Jo. Is it a goat god?
I don’t know Isobel – it was at a little cafe where I had lunch – next time I go there I will ask.
Love the very first image Jo. I thought it was an ice sculpture at first. Awesome editing.
Thanks Theresa – I like that one as well. I hadn’t seen the ‘ice image’, but you are right – it does have that feel to it.
I got lost again when I came here earlier. I think it depends on how I access your page. I had to find Home, and then this post.
That is so weird – maybe I should hook up a GPS to the site pages…can’t have getting lost Isobel…it just won’t do !!
Way cool comment !!!
Never mind the photos I want the mask! Um I think sepia wins for me 🙂
I had a feeling you might say something like that…hehehe
What a neat sculpture! The saturated, technicolor one is my fav. 🙂
They all have something speciaL and unique I think.
I love the first one – it’s like an ice sculpture
You’re not the first to mention that !
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