Wednesday, June 16, 2010

rainy dayz and photoshop

usually i post my encaustic class on wednesday
but it was cancelled
which is ok because next week we will make it up
by having a 6 hour class!
i had already planned to meet leslie
in the distillery before class
so off i went in the pouring rain
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before i entered balzacs
i snapped the above photo with my i-phone

we have been saying
"we should get together"
for at least a year!!
it was so nice to have a
one on one
chat and coffee
next time
we won't let so much time pass!!
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above my decaf lait
using the camera bag app
set on holga

this one for you leslie
"beanie" is as cute as ever
and had emptied out the toilet paper
cabinet while i was out
but who could get mad at this face???


after my morning coffee with leslie
i had lunch with lugera
sushi.....yummm
(thanks lu)
it had stopped raining long enough
for me to get this shot of the puddle
in her driveway
once i got home i spent some time
working on my on-line lessons
and came up with the above project
using marie's layer mask and some text
it needs some more work
but my eyes are getting tired
tomorrow's another day

6 comments:

Joanne Huffman said...

Sounds like a delightful day (good times with friends, good photos and playing in Photoshop...doesn't get much better than that). I'm loving the class; thanks again for recommending it.

Renee Howell said...

Oh - I'm in the class too. Loving it. And, me too, thanks for posting it on your blog!

Leslie Jane Moran said...

It WAS a great way to spend a rainy morning. I really loved seeing your trip to Paris and hearing all about your latest encaustic works. You continue to be an energetic inspiration to me and it was worth the wait, although not the cool drink on the patio that we had planned :) See you in September:)

Irene said...

Great shots.

Lost Aussie said...

Lovely pics, as always Nancy! And your PS stuff is great! Glad you are enjoying the Class.

Eden Clare O'Meara said...

and these...love them...love them lots...Eden

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