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I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
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Thursday, March 4, 2021

Creases mostly

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Rains promt for todays TAD is Creases. I checked my files and came up with three I´d like to share. 
Below is my porcelain hand as you probably seen before. 

This one carries a piece of rock and a cone with many cracks.


Cracked light!
Digially created in Photoshop


Creases in a plastic cover at the bus stop. Altered in Photoshop



The once below has creases if you want them too. 😁

Balloon flower 
Painted with tempera on a board A4 in size. 

Purple deer!
I made another backgrund in purple to use. I figured the christmas window decoration matched the colors. So, the deer "moved in". 

We have seen the first sign of spring in Sweden. I am soo glad we actually had three weeks of real winter so now spring seem perfectly timed. So, when finish this post I will head out to enjoy sun and mabe some flowers. I already seen two butterflies and the first Coltsfoot flower. 

Take care. "C" is still present!


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16 comments:

  1. Monica,

    Light and shadow causes creases in your image. And, the purple deer painting. The movement creates creases in the background. Cool perspective on this week's theme!

    Curious as a Cathy

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  2. These are wonderful works with the folds and the deer looks great with the background.
    But in a hurry, it's still too cool for butterflies. I can already see spring flowers here too.
    Have fun walking in the sun with me there is a lot of fog and clouds let's see tomorrow it should come to me too.
    Greeting Elke

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  3. Great interpretation of the theme! And I like how those porcelain hands show off the rock and cone!

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  4. Great way to share creases. All of them meet the theme perfectly. Have a great day.

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  5. Some nice creases responses
    Happy Thursday

    Much💜love

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  6. Great set of art, love your take on the theme. Anesha x

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  7. It's amazing when we look around how many things have a crease, there are not many things that go untouched. Great work, love the softness of hands holding the heavy textured rock and cone.
    Happy TAD & PPF take care Tracey x

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  8. So much artistic talent...I loved it all!

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  9. Wonderful stroll through your beautiful page.

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  10. fantastic photos of creases and light!!

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  11. You have lots of creases ... in many colors and none colors. Love your little deer. Spring ... yes, we are starting to show signs of it here too. I heard the Sandhill Cranes the other day ... they are migrating back up north to their breeding grounds. A for sure sign of Spring ... But, aren't you way north of me ... and you are getting flowers? Well, the best I can do is that our snow is finally melting so maybe soon we will see some green popping up through the ground. Fun post, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  12. I love your purple deer and your balloon flower... but Monica that cracked light is just awesome!!

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