Color Your World – Midnight Blue 2

Pillow Texture by Matthew Hammell on 500px.com

Here is my entry for Jennifer’s Color Your World challenge for:

Color Your World – Midnight Blue

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Moody Blues

0221 Black and Blue

Play the moody blues

Ah, the moody blues

Takes you by the heart

Pulls you in, can’t let go

Ice crystals form, cling to your skin

A breathless experience

A chilling affair

The emotional piano played

Joyous in my ever quiet atmosphere

Locked in a room of deep pondering

Not a sound around to disturb

My untroubled mind

Moody

 

Deep Blue

Get Your Feet Wet

Pool Filter Underwater

Into deep blue
I sink my feet
The all day pain
Washed away
Clear blue
A refreshing fusion
Of science and nature

H2O

Apologize

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Sorry about the wait

That distracted me from you

I should have known it all along

The reason I felt so blue

Apology

One Four Challenge – May Week 3

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Week 2 Processing
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Week 3 Processing

For the week three edit of my photo for the One Four Challenge, I chose a blue filtered version. This picture was actually mixed in with the red and white of last week’s edit, and I wanted to cool things down – I simply turned off all the layers above this one in Photoshop. The icy blue is a much more natural color for the water and the return to a simple monochrome smoothes out the “rough and wildness” of week 2. So far I have four unique versions, including the original, of this stream of water from the faucet hitting a makeup mirror in the kitchen sink.

But wait, there’s more…

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Here is a second edit for week three. I added an artistic filter called plastic wrap and it really does something cool to the ordinariness. The plastic wrap makes the picture pop and look 3D, especially around the edges of the mirror, while the stream of water seems to sink because the edges have been raised a bit. I’m also reminded of the planet Earth, because there seems to be a roundness to this picture, more noticeable near the dark shadows (no, not you, Barnabus) at the bottom.

See you next week!