Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Kim Klaussen's Texture Tuesdays & "Hope" a poem

I gently kiss
send it parachuting
upon the day's soft breeze
anticipate it will bring
true passionate love
one day, my

By Margaret Bednar, Art Happens 365, April 18, 2012

Beware... don't say you haven't been warned!   When the young ladies are playing "He loves me, he loves me-not" with flower petals, they can also try and blow ALL the seeds off a dandelion "globe".  It's said that if they do, than they are loved passionately by someone...  

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This is linked to "Texture Tuesday's"  I am playing with Kim Klaussen's Textures.  This one is "Oh My".  I used Photo Shop CS5 to play with it:  used the "Luminosity" layer set at 57% and further tweaked my photo by fiddling with the hue/saturation, exposure, vibrance, and curve features.

Kim has many internet classes over the internet which I plan on taking the beginning of the next school year.  Until then, I will just ... play.  But if you are interested, I believe registration is still open.


TexWisGirl said...

i really like it and how you displayed it. :)

Lyn said...

Love the effect you achieved!

kaykuala said...

This is really something, Marge! A graphic presentation.I can almost see the wisp of 'grass seeds' flying away, both in the picture and text!


izzy said...

Nice-! and yes they are getting to
that age where we hope they keep putting off that 'loves me' etc

Kerry O'Connor said...

This is just wonderful, Margaret. From the pic to the shape of the poem, and the words it contains. lovely thoughts.

Nancy said...

Margaret, great job....I love the editing....and the poem is perfect....

Timoteo said...

Poem and metaphorical image complement each other perfectly!

Ed Pilolla said...

cute shape poem. send it parachuting is a lovely little line.

Fireblossom said...

I didn't know that, about blowing all the seeds off the dandelion. Let me go try...

Other Mary said...

I didn't know that about the dandelion seeps either, and I just love the photo treatment! I wonder if the lovely young women in it your daughters?

Ginnie said...

Fun, Fun, Fun. Gotta love that Kim! :)