The Light At The End Of The Tunnel
I am quite sure that I have not actually seen the light at the end of the tunnel as far as the end of the pandemic and a return to a normal approach to living goes, but I have found a new way to create it a bit artistically. As you can see, I am enjoying getting to know some of the things that I can do with this Affinity Photo software. This is called Crazy Perspective Bending. The original picture is one that I took the fall of 2015 during a Smoky Mountain Fall Photo Workshop week-end. This morning was the first time I have actually tried this technique, and the results, though interesting and fun, are not as perfect as I would like. I really do have other things that I need to get done today. So as much as I would love to just play all day, I can't. But the good thing about doing something creative early in the day is that while I am doing other more mundane things my mind often continues to work creatively and I will think of other ways to use or do something. I will be thinking "I wonder what would happen or how would something look if I tried doing this or that?" I am sure I am not unique in this. In fact, I expect it is core to all creative processes. But for me it is part of what makes each day more exciting and interesting. And I am thankful that my mind works this way. Now I am off to get some mundane tasks completed after which I will allow myself to play and experiment some more.