Lindsborg artists opened their studios to the public today in the annual Artists Studio Open house. We enjoyed our trip around town, visiting artists both old and new. We found a few things we liked and I also got a couple of great shots of the Red Barn Studio. (You can move your mouse over
November turned out to a fruitful month on the photographic front. I ended up with a higher than usual number of “keepers” and am sharing a baker’s dozen of my favorites for the month. I processed this shot of the old Smoky Hill River train bridge using Fractalius and really like how it turned out.
I took a photo of the fall leaves carpeting the lawn, but wasn’t really impressed with the result. So sent the image through Fractalius, and rather than apply a more moderate setting of the filter as I usually do, I used one of my favorite abstract settings. I like the result! You can hover your
I was recently in England, visiting Bristol and London for work and pleasure. Of course, I took photos. I’ll be posting some here and on Flickr as well, but in support of my post a picture a day for a year project, there are over 10 photos on my Tumblr blog: Mike’s 365. They’re all
Today would have been my mother-in-law Laurina’s 96th birthday. She loved sunflowers so we took some up to her grave and I’m posting these shots in her honor. ::