A few days ago I posted this image, or should I say digital art, that I produced from a fireworks image I shot in 2014. It got a lot of attention and lots of likes and comments on Facebook. I was playing when I produced it, wanting to make something different from the typical fireworks shots I’d been seeing. It’s one of my idiosyncrasies, wanting my photos and art to look different.
The original image looked like this:
Shot in 2014, it reminded me of the tentacles hanging down from a Portuguese Man of War or a Jellyfish. It was strange enough as it was but I decided to play some more so I flipped it over and added it to the top of itself to form a mirrored image top to bottom.
Once I had the mirrored image, I applied a radial…
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‘ “God must be a season,“ grandma said, looking out at the blizzard drowning her garden.
Dear god, if you are a season, let it be the one I passed through to get here.
Here. That’s all I wanted to be.
I promise. ‘
– Night Sky With Exit Wounds, Ocean Vuong
I’m experimenting with some new stuff on here ~ going to start posting monthly photo diaries as well as random thoughts I’ve written down. Hopefully you enjoy!
January 31, 2017 ~ A Black Lives Matter Art Show at the Living Gallery in Brooklyn
February 4, 2017: I stash a bouquet of green willow behind your ear. I am so tired of reading you my writing; none of it seems to mean a thing anymore. And when October comes, you will go and all the country will become an orchard.
February 9, 2017 ~ all taken at the…
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