Tag Archives: bright colors

Scenes From Old Town, Part II

More colors of Mexico in Old Town San Diego: It’s been a long time since I’ve eaten here, but they used to have great chicken quesadillas. The landscaping around the shops and restaurants provides a nice counterpoint to all the … Continue reading

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Outside the Art Walk

We went to an Art Walk yesterday, and the artwork was nice, but the surroundings really caught my eye. Mother Nature provides the perfect backdrop for these colors. I do love peeling paint and old doors. People look at me … Continue reading

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PaintMee is Addictive, but in a good way

While stuck in a waiting room recently, I played with the PaintMee app on my iPhone. This iPhone shot of condiments and utensils at a Vietnamese restaurant . . . . .turned into this: I had a long wait, so … Continue reading

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Peppers with the Orton effect

This pepper shot has been “Ortonized.” According to Wikipedia, “Orton imagery, also called an Orton slide sandwich, is a photography technique which blends two completely different photos of the same scene, resulting in a distinctive mix of high and low … Continue reading

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Weathered

For this TILT (Things I Love Thursday), a mosaic of beautiful weathered doors and windows from some wonderful photographers on Flickr. Click on each title to see the photographer’s photostream. Enjoy! 1. LA FINESTRA VERMELLA – LA VENTANA ROJA, 2. … Continue reading

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