Today I took the boys that I nanny to Franconia Sculpture Park. I was so busy trying to keep them entertained though that this is one of the few decent shots I was able to get.
I had the urge to spend a while in photoshop for today’s picture. So I set my mind on an image that would require multiple shots combined into one. I only had one giraffe, and moved him over and over taking pictures as I went with my camera on a tripod. I then brought them all in to photoshop to combine them. After tweaking the colors a bit, I must say I am very happy with the result!
Oh, and I have decided to bring my logo back, so you will be seeing that from now on.
I had no clue what to take a picture of today, until my friend dropped some stuff off at my house and commented on this metal piece. I debated for a while about making this black and white, but in the end decided to just go with color. I may post a black and white at some point though.
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Elliot occasionally gets to solder stuff at work. I have been wanting to see it basically since he started working, but whenever I am in there he never has anything to solder. Today however, I finally lucked out! So of course it had to be my 365.
And yes, I am aware I am a bit of a nerd.
**Catching up now that I have photoshop again…
When I was in MN my family and I went to visit the Franconia Sculpture Park. While we were there we talked to one of the ladies who worked there, and she told us about the Josephine Sculpture Park, in Frankfort, Kentucky. We thought it was so ironic that she would mention that to us, not knowing that one member of our group (my brother’s wife) is from Kentucky, and that I went to school there. After she told us about that I decided that I had to go see it, and finally on Sunday (9-5) Elliot and I made it out there. It was a lot smaller scale and less impressive than Frankonia, but still a very cool space (to me at least). I am curious to see if it grows like Franconia has over the years.
Here are a couple of the pictures that I took while there. The first one is technically my “365” but I thought I would share the rest in this post so I don’t have even more as I play catch up.
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Another random/ironic thing, this piece had a Wisconsin plate on it.
And, this obviously isn’t a sculpture, but I liked it, a lot.