January 8, 2009

another day of smiling...

if you like this old black and white
technique
let me know
you can do it, too....in only ONE step !!
YES YES YES
even on vacation
I'm playing with layers


this was the sunset we saw tonight
*sigh*

after walking through this boardwalk
and
then there's this
my only completely untouched photo
from my afternoon walk on the beach
~~~~~
do you know what it is
?





11 comments:

  1. I don't have a clue what the beach find photo subject is, but the color is my favorite in the whole world!

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  2. Your no so young anymore sisterJanuary 08, 2009

    A jellyfish dusted with sand! Do I win?

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  3. I agree is it a jellyfish....

    Looks like you are having a wonderful time!!!!!!!!!!

    Enjoy!

    Angelica

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  4. ohhh, it's pretty!
    a jelly bean that was washed ashore and dusted with sand?

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  5. don't step on the jelly!
    it would burn.

    i am so envious of you right now.
    seriously middle indiana is freezing and like an idiot i am heading to chi-town for the weekend. at least there is plenty of eye candythere!

    peace.

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  6. I think...it is a jellyfish- one who is happy he is south where it's warm and not in the midwest snowstorm! I love the black and white technique- how do you do it?

    Have a sunkissed day!

    Patti

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  7. Are you showing off, Missy? Huh? (smile) I am SO THERE in my mind, on the beach, sighing ... also Mr. McD looks pretty hot in black & white ... so I'm wondering how would I shoot Double BB -- given that he's black, you would think shooting in COLOR would then add that touch of old school glam, but not ... something for you, the layering guru, to ponder!!!

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  8. Fabulous. Wish I could take a tutorial with you! Very nice!

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  9. wow -- these photos are gorgeous!! you rock, beth! :)

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  10. Jellyfish?? Funny. I didn't remember them being such a pretty color.

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**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth