Finally updated my Art Wall with some new photos that I took last month.They're mostly sunrises and sunsets, and some gorgeous cloud formations, but I also captured a rainbow, the full moon, and the patio on top of The Carlton Hotel. Cheers!
I love browsing though vintage/thrift/antique stores! I rarely ever buy anything, as I'm trying to get rid of the crap I have! But, it's fun to look. You never know what you're going to find, like these super cute vintage paper dolls! I used the Time Machine effect in "Flo" from PicMonkey.com for this picture.
This past Saturday my mom and I went down to the Grape Encounters EmPOURium in downtown Atascadero and I had a One Way Red Flight. It was a lot of fun, and I got to try some delicious new-to-me red wines. I'll be posting a more detailed entry about this adventure soon, so stay tuned! I turned to PicMonkey once again to enhance this picture by first cropping it, then using the Urbane filter to soften it. Cheers!
Years ago I had a "Quote of the Day" desktop calendar. Each day had a different inspirational quote, many of which helped get me through my day either by being witty, or thoughtful, or, like this one, just what I needed to hear. I liked it so much, I've kept it all this time! I apologize for this shot being blurry, but I used my iPhone camera, and didn't have my readers on (yeah, my vision is THAT bad!). I tried to make it clearer with some sharpening tools at PicMonkey, as well as using the Black and White effect. Have a great day! Cheers!
I discovered this sweet little Buddha statue sitting on a fence in the corner of the Garden Wedding Chapel in Morro Bay. I used PicMonkey's Daguerreotype effect in Brady, and the Focal Soften to help the Buddah stand out.
Not a pretty picture for you today, just a shot of someone's junk they just dumped on the lawn in front of a business downtown. Disgusting! I mean, I can see the bag ripped open, but you don't just leave it like that. Most people would at least try to pick it up a bit, organize it, or stack it together before going off to find something else to put their crap in. Am I right? Or, am I just being insensitive? Let me know in the comments; I'm curious! For this shot I used the Holga effect from PicMonkey.com. Cheers!