Sunday, October 1, 2017

Hello October

Maybe I can be a better blogger this month. Truth is, there just has not been anything to blog about. I think you would get bored with me really quick if every day I say "I went to work, came home and vegged on the couch until it was time to go to bed"

So as not to miss yet another day, I sat at the computer and played with some old pictures. I wasn't very inspired so I just started layering things.

I took these 3 pictures along with a texture

And this is what it ended up being. Now the cemetery is lake front property.


  1. I LOVE it! It is gorgeous, evocative, other worldly, wonderful. I hope you don't have anything to post more often!

  2. You already know I LOVE IT!!!! this is my thing, I love layers and all 3 of these are pretty and together they make ART....

  3. I can't believe its October already, I'm sitting here with the fan on its so muggy and warm today. Love the cemetary pictures, remind me of home, our back garden used to back onto a Cemetary, thus I have aways loved them.

  4. That is so terrific. Love how you layered that picture. Sure made it a very pretty picture. Ann, you have a super day.

  5. mind works to the point that I am always taking pics, if I run out of the things I do a general blog of those pics just to keep me in the habit of blogging. Getting around to replying to others blogs is my problem....I slip on that some!

  6. I love this! I wish I knew how to do layering and/or had a photo editing program I could learn it on...

  7. How fun. I love how you edited these photographs. Very clever.

    Have a fabulous day. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

  8. What a unique combination. Glad you liked the pic!

  9. I usually don't blog because I have nothing to share most of the time. I like what you did with the three photos! Hope you are having a nice week.


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