Tiny Planet and Rabbit Hole

A little manipulation goes a long way and I don’t do it often but Jo Bryant of Chronicles of Illusions blog shared the app link to Tiny Planet and I couldn’t resist. The app makes stereographic images of your iphone photos.

She said you need to have the right type of photo to begin with and the third photo is one I took the other day.   The sun was out in the late afternoon.  The sky was blue. I pulled over and took in Lewis Center Ohio. The light so warm on the field.

\The first photo is the Tiny Planet option and the second photo is the Rabbit Hole.

So if you have a little time (and it doesn’t take long at all) you might enjoy playing around with your photos and changing them into Tiny Planets. Right on your phone!   t resit

Winter Afternoon Rainbows

Light through the dining room chandelier in Ohio. 

I was folding sheets and towels, fresh from the dryer.

The afternoon sun streamed in, through the window and then the dangling crystal, onto the door jamb and the sweater drying on the laundry room door. The ceiling, too. 

Vibrant gallery 2

   
    
  
The colors intense and vibrant. 

Last Sliver of Sun

Before I drove up the mountain, I went to one of my favorite spots on West Carson Street.  This is what made me decide to head up to Mt. Washington to catch the incline in the snow as the sun set.

 

city skyline

Jigsaw Rooftops

In Lawrenceville. As I walked over the 40th Street Bridge I looked up and saw all these houses packed so closely together.. There was no air between the rooftops.  Reminded me of a difficult jigsaw puzzle.

Lawrenceville. Looking up from the 40th Street Bridge.