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I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
as much as I can to find new areas to document.
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Friday, November 16, 2018

Exhibition with a student and UV light experiment

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From Exhibition © NF Photo 181112

 One day I was visted by a little girl . I had my black carbon paper with me so she was my "student" for a while.  Myself I created the twigs. Both of us worked with white gel pens. 

Faded Hibiscus blooms in UV-light
© NF Photo 181116

I bought myself a UV lightbulb. Wanted to try something new. Some images became quite cool. For this one I made a copy of the layer and turned it 180deg. Then a blending of the two images created this one. It is an image of 2 faded Hibiscus blooms.

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9 comments:

  1. what a great capture of that girl-just beautiful. Wonderful ink drawing of the twigs too!

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  2. That little girl will remember your kindness in sharing and will always enjoy art because of you :D)
    I love the twigs you drew Monica and isn't that a strange and lovely effect of the uv light. Cheers and Happy PPF!

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  3. This is very interesting and wonderful.

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  4. Beautiful exhibit and meaningful moment.

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  5. A great post! <3
    I am following you and invite you to me
    https://milentry-blog.blogspot.com

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