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Ice Abstract #3 - One Four Challenge

Oh dear, the ice has melted!! For this week’s challenge I used the Liquify filter in Photoshop to melt the ice. I just have a few tips for using the tool: 60 more words

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BALTIMORE - BEYOND 'THE WIRE'

A SERIES OF DIGITAL “GOUACHES” REVEALING THE RICH ARCHITECTURE COLOURS AND TEXTURES OF AMERICA’S MUCH-OVERLOOKED¬†EAST-COAST CITY 32 more words

Adam Green

Ice Abstract #2 - One Four Challenge

I went a little wild and crazy for my second entry in the December One Four Challenge, hosted by Robyn’s Fine Art.

This week, I experimented in the following ways: 123 more words

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GLORIOUS BRITAIN - CORNWALL - COAST AND RIVER

HERE IS A SERIES OF DIGITAL “GOUACHES” OF CORNWALL. THE RIVER SCENES ARE ALL OF THE EXQUISITELY PICTURESQUE HELFORD RIVER. THERE ARE ALSO PICTURES FROM COVERACK, THE MINACK THEATRE, THE LIZARD PENINSULAR AND SAINT MICHAEL’S MOUNT. 32 more words

Adam Green

GLORIOUS BRITAIN

1: THE ENGLISH LAKES

(Ullswater & District)

Another set of images from film taken on my old Canonet 28 back in the early 70’s. Fortunately, the exquisite beauty and moody majesty of the Lake District is eternal. 43 more words

Adam Green

SYDNEY - URBAN "COSTUME JEWELRY" OR FABERGE? 1

Clive James once wrote that Sydney looked like costume jewelry from the air at night (or words to that effect). As a pom with a strong preference for Melbourne I’m not all that objective about the relative merits, whether cultural, cosmopolitanism, dynamism and even cuisine – of the two great rival cities of Australia but even I have to own that the capital of New South Wales wins hands down in the looks stakes. 195 more words

Adam Green