Here’s the third in a series of images created using artificial intelligence on the GoArt website. You can find the original photo here. I’ve loved the works of Vincent van Gogh ever since I saw an exhibit of his sunflower paintings at San Francisco’s de Young Museum in April 1973; so naturally I’m partial to the look of this art […]
Here’s the second in a series of images created using artificial intelligence on the GoArt website. You can find the original photo here, in my post from yesterday. I found it almost impossible to choose a favorite, looking at the different results I got side by side; so I’m offering them up here one at a time, spread out over […]
A few weeks ago I decided to shoot a few photos like the one above. I was in my kitchen, organizing things on the countertop prior to washing dishes; I happened to turn a glass pot lid upside down atop a coffee mug, and the result pleased me so much that I went for my camera. I wasn’t sure what […]
This morning I ventured out to the dredger tailings on Mississippi Bar hoping to spot some deer. Although I did manage to catch a glimpse of a buck and a few does, none stuck around long enough for me to point my camera at them. So instead I found myself exploring a dry creekbed that runs through the tailings. The […]
I’ve been out to Sacramento Bar on the American River quite a few times; but it wasn’t until this morning as I wandered along the maze of dirt trails that I just happened to catch a glimpse of this memorial sign in the shape of a flower. It was nearly hidden from view among the piles of dredger tailings and […]
One of the fun things about watching the Tour de France every year is seeing all the ingenious and elaborate works of art decorating the various towns and villages the race passes through. Many of them are created each year by the local farmers using their tractors and bales of hay to celebrate the Tour and are best viewed from […]
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week.
I hope you’re having a better weekend than this guy!