Important: My vehicle was NOT in motion when this was taken! In fact, this was during a total standstill, which happened to afford a glimpse of resting gulls amid a view of leading lines in reverse juxtaposed with a pause in forward motion. Briefly. Shot with my iPhone, processed with the TTV Photo Studio app.
One good thing about rainy afternoons is how the ordinary can take on more beauty. Here’s a snapshot of a tree I noticed in the post-rain haze of my neighborhood. It takes on new depth thanks to the Dynamic Light app’s “solarize” function and some finishing touches with the TtV Photo Studio app.
Flickr’s “Explore” galleries are curated collections of 500 select photos each day. Considering the site gets photos uploaded by the thousands every minute, that’s very flattering. Other categories include “The Commons,” and “Galleries” – and all are fun ways to discover interesting new art and artists.
What an honor – thanks, Flickr!
What do you think? Have you ever been inspired to turn the ordinary into art by way of a rainy day? What are your “go-to” apps for photo editing? Let us hear from you in the comments.
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- NASA on the sun: ‘…tiny variations can have a significant effect on terrestrial climate.” (wattsupwiththat.com)
- Big Sunspot Unleashes Intense Solar Flare (space.com)
- Rain and Memories (spilledcookies.com)
- A rainy, crocheting kind of day (crochetandyarn.wordpress.com)
- rainy thursday afternoons (mosthopeful.com)
- FLICKR CLICK: Photo Of The Week (marsweekly.wordpress.com)
- Say Hello to Flickr in iOS 7 (flickr.net)
- Some beautiful pictures of the Mission taken by local photographers. (missionwestofvalencia.wordpress.com)