Tuesday, December 11, 2007


I actually managed to create a kaleidoscope with Christmas colors.
I shocked myself. lol The top image (at least to my daughter and I) looked like a
Christmas bulb - I really like the yellow and orange center - I could not get the image
to come up any bigger but I think if you click on it - you will see the original size..
to me it just has some cool effects.
Then I created the next one:

This one looked like a Christmas pointsetta...(again to my daughter and I) and now
the yellow in the middle looks like the pistons of a flower (isn't that what the center
of a flower is called - brain spaz here).
Now - the next two may have black in them but I really liked the mixture of black
and yellow because the two colors together fascinate me for some
unknown reason...how these two colors popped in I have no idea...again
just going with the flow:

This first one reminds me so much of Aztec symbols....
I was so pleased with the results - it does not make me feel
sad or dark...I feel like I created something from the past...
Then of course I had to add a few filters to keep playing and I came up
with this last one:

I know it may sound strange but to me it felt like I was swimming in the
middle of bumble bees...and they are just whizzing by as I go closer and closer to
the center....(personally I am allergic to bees and really dislike even seeing them)
but bees is what I see...
So does anyone see anything or nothing?
I really hope you all have a TERRIFIC tuesday.
Thanks for stopping by and Looking!!!


Anke said...

Wow, your new ones are a blast. The Christmas ones are so beautiful. I looked closer at them and they sure have a interesting texture. Kind of calming to me but also so festive.
The last one, kind of makes me dizzy lookig at it too close, feels like it's moving really fast. I can see Bees in too, big ones, attacking someting in the middle.

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