When I looked up big bang theory on Google, most of the links on the first page went to articles about the TV show. After 11 years of the popular comedy, of course. I wonder how well-known is the theory of the universe starting from a huge KA-POW! of indescribable somethingness.
My picture of Big Bang Daisies began as the photo below, which was taken a few days ago in the backyard. Photoshop froze at one point as I manipulated the art filters and I grumbled a sort of ka-pow!
I'm linking up with All Seasons, a weekly meme hosted by Jesh at Artworks from Jesh St.G. Click here to check out Jesh and her meme. For the participants list, click here. Thanks, Jesh!
Photoshop knew when to stop! Glad you clicked "save." Now comes the gravitational wave!ReplyDelete
I didn't click "save", boo on me. But I was clicking the second time around. A lot.Delete
Great picture - it's certainly bright, I love it :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Eunice. I was going for bright like twinkling stars. :-)Delete
Yours is the cutest. :-)Delete
Great job with photoshop - love the shimmering effect! Although I also like your original photo very much! Thank you for sharing you art adventures with All Seasons! Have a lovely week, Susie:)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jesh. I love this section in our yard.Delete
So so pretty! Thanks so much! Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Kelleyn. :-)Delete
That 'painting' is SO gorgeous.... I would hang it on the wall if I were you!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Sallie. I don't know how well the quality would translate, but I'm curious to find out.Delete
A lovely bunch of flowers and a cute and fun edit!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Betty. :-)Delete
That's amazing. They look like they're embroidered! :)ReplyDelete
Something like this would be a lovely piece of embroidered work. I'd definitely wear it.Delete
I love this....beautiful flowers.ReplyDelete
Perfect flowers to travel along with the spirit of your Mom, Birgit!Delete
We have snow and ice this morning in Mississippi
Thanks, Leah. It must be gorgeous in your area right now. Cold, but beautiful.Delete