Monday 17 | A Year of Mondays

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I thought I would take a lovely picture my only rose in the garden, but when I looked up I saw something completely different.  I manipulated the original photograph in PhotoShop because it’s the linear geometry in this image that I like.

No. 17

The rose (R. ‘Joseph’s Coat) attracted me to this corner but in the end it wasn’t what I was really looking at.  Interesting how, with a critical eye and no real plan, things got unstuck and went in a new direction.  More and more I’m hoping this project will beckon me down those unstuck paths.

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  1. So where is it beckoning you?

    As soon as I figure that out, I’ll let you know!

  2. I can see it now … Susan being led astray … by a pretty plant or graphic. LOL

    It’s that next shiny thing syndrome again! LOL

  3. Cool image. The eye goes from the rose to the sky with a stop in between.

    Thanks, I’m trying, more and more through this project to see what’s exciting in this tiny space through my camera lens.

  4. Photos lie. I agree they’re best used as tools for exploring new ideas, often by chance.

    Sometimes a manipulated photo can be more honest than the raw image. I agree wholeheartedly with the ‘chance’ part too!

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