WPC: Out of the World

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Here is someone from Out of the World saying ‘Hiya!’ 😉

Used two photographs that were taken at the Planetarium in Birmingham and did a double exposure edit using Pixlr to create this effect. Not exactly out of the world photograph, but given that we are celebrating Science Week I wanted to do something related to it for this week’s prompt.

Happy Science Week.

 

WPC: Glow

It has been a while since I played around with a photograph. Since my half-term school break started today, I thought I will use the free time to edit an old photograph from Fort Bragg, USA and make it eerier (all those talks of Halloween costume party in School has got to me, I guess) I loved this small Country Inn B & B where I stayed. It was so cute. I took a photo of it at night when it was glowing. With this edited version, I feel like it looks spookier and can be a character on its own just like a monster house even though it is far from it. (just imagine the two windows on the top floor as the eyes and the main entrance as the mouth…) Don’t you think so?glow2.JPG

I would definitely stay in this place again if I get a chance to visit this lovely town again.

 

K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge:Stone

A heart of stone is a sculpture? – Charles de Leusse

We, Indians, love our stones and sculptures and if we could make a sculpture and a huge one at that from a single stone, nothing like it. There are so many examples of such monolithic stone based sculptures available in vast varieties and quantities throughout the Southern region (I can only talk about places I have been. I haven’t traveled much to the Northern parts, so can’t say for sure). Here is one such Monolithic Bull at Lepakshi.

Added some effects using DPP to warmify and then change the color temperature too.
stone.JPGWanna join in? Here is how:

Create a post with ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’ in the title. This week, the prompt is ;Stone. Post a photo to your blog, pingback to either Dale’s or K’lee’s post and don’t forget to add the tag #CosPhoChal to your post’s tags and you’re done!