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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

three-muses-challenge: hats


here i combined two photos i made in munich last week: a red japanese maple (botanical garden) and a stone figure (graveyard) with a kind of cap or hat. 
i framed the picture with a grunge edge effect from artistry.
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another photo from last week: graffiti found in a passage underground
(with a free ttv-framing from flickr only)

11 comments:

  1. besonders ansprechend ist die Kombination dieses flaumig fedrig pastelligen Hintegrundes gegen den harten -unvergänglichen Stein...
    super auch dieses Garagentor ...Hammer!

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  2. Awesome artworks. They are something special and well done, Johanna.

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  3. You take the most interesting photos, Johanna, then use them to create magnificent pieces, well done!

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  4. You have been on a creative roll, Johanna, and then you've brought your photos home and made them into even more wonderful art. I love them all.

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  5. This grave stone is a treasure Johanna, and what you've done with it is simply awesome.
    Chapeau bas!

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  6. Boah, wie genial. Deine digitalen Fähigkeiten hätte ich gerne.

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  7. Johanne, a fine idea to combine photos, the stone figure now have a beautiful background, fun graffiti image.
    Anni

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  8. That hat of stone must be awfully heavy! The bees seem to be wearing theirs well. :-) (It must be time for bed. My comments are getting quite stupid.)

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  9. Das ist ja ein ungewöhnliches und witziges Graffiti - die moderne Biene Maja?
    Ich freu mich auch immer, wenn ich tolle Graffitis entdecke...
    LG Ulrike
    ...kriegst du jetzt wieder deine Blogmails?

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