Oh no! I discovered a new toy…well, new to me.
Using Lightbox, I’ve learned how to convert a photo to black & white and then return to the colour to one or more component of the photo.
And now I’m distracted all to hell. And worse, a friend has a shopping list of images she wants for her apartment.
So, if you don’t hear from me for a while, at least you’ll know why.
In the park near the beach
Just peeking through
Red nose from the jazz festival last weekend
From my front garden
My mom’s dog and its pink tongue
On the beach near my apartment
PS Who knew all those colouring books would come in handy!?
Greys and browns slowly release
Their deathly grip on our souls.
Minor moments of colour—
Red, orange, green, yellow—
Poke out weary heads,
Finding welcome, seizing hope.
Splashes grow to puddles,
Puddles into deluge,
And the world is bathed
In chromatic bliss.
Spring lines have arrived.
Can the sales be far behind?
(Image is property of owner and is used here without permission, but appreciation.)
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