071317: An Unusual Time

Another day, another bombshell report. I turn on the news each day and think to myself that this political nightmare we find ourselves in will soon come to resolution. And each day I scold myself for my naivete. This is going to take a long time to get clear of.

So I immerse myself in my work, finding my photo libraries to serve as useful and important distractions from the news of the day. Today’s opening image started me off on the right path. This very lyrical (and even poetic) image of a partial gastropod, found at one of my most favorite places, Isle La Motte, Vermont, led me to piece together this somewhat disparate selection of images.

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This final image is a playful variation on the opening one. A partial mirroring seemed to provide an intriguing alternate image.

That’s it for today. Thanks for the visit. Enjoy this beautiful summer (it’ll be gone in the blink of an eye!).

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7 thoughts on “071317: An Unusual Time

    • Just a little visual adventure – something I seldom do with the fossil images. It was a bit of play with mirroring software that left me with an odd and intriguing image. I hope you liked it.

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    • PS – if and when I ever severely alter an image that has a fossil as a base I will always acknowledge it simultaneously (as I did in the accompanying text).

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    • Thanks for the kind note Linda. I miss what has been our annual visit but hope to see you again soon. Enjoy the summer and please give our regards to Donald and all our friends. >

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