Connect/ connection/connected is our theme this week ay PAF. I am focusing on the beauty inherent in the small and mundane things we look at every day but don't see. So-- and electric outlet and a power strip--these everyday tools that help us connect to our larger world.
Both images use Bonnie's texture Signed and Sealed.
Liked your post on connections.ReplyDelete
very creative! I love the second one!ReplyDelete
A photo of a plug. Wow. The msot ordinary of things to shoot made spectacular.ReplyDelete
this is wonderful, Linda!! I also appreciated you comments to me. thank you, and, well, let me just say I think you already ARE. it's just BEing and DOing Life as it comes. I always enJOY your posts and insights and you surely bless me with your genuine kindness.ReplyDelete
I did not think of plugs -- great for you! It's being used everyday -- wow great texture choice on both of the images..ReplyDelete
Wow this is the most creative piece I've seen this week. Who would have thought that you could transform something as "ordinary" as a plug-in into something so artistic.ReplyDelete
what a great idea- a power strip! so important to notice the "little" things, isn't it?? i love too that the image is b&w, keeping things simple.ReplyDelete
I got my postcards today!!!!! I love them! Thank you so much for sending!ReplyDelete
Wonderful how you've taken the mundane and elevated it to art. That first picture has a great sort of abstract quality to it, and such a pleasing flow from the lines of the wires. Like Beth (see above) I think the black and white treatment is perfect in its simplicity.ReplyDelete
You've illustrated a powerful connection (pardon the pun).
Love your play with light and content in the first picture. The silhouette of the cords is beautifully done and I love the texture you choose to use with it. Overall it was a very neat way to incorporate the theme of connection into your pieces.ReplyDelete
What a unique and clever take on the prompt - your processing is lovely! The colors in the second image are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Very nicely done . . . glad I came back to check out more submissions.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work, Linda. They look like they should be hanging in a museum.ReplyDelete
PS. I did post my original photo, in response to your comment on my William Wordsworth piece. Thanks for the feedback, Linda!ReplyDelete