Thursday, August 18, 2016

I Leave You with Fences

I see that it is Good Fences day on Blogger. While I don't post to this meme, it did give me the idea for a blog. I have been a pretty busy blogger (for me) lately, but since it appears that it will be at least a half week since I can post again, I thought I would leave something in my wake, starting with this ↓ cute fellow. Usually, squirrels are too busy running from this scary guy, but this one stopped for a spell before scampering.


This ↓ was from our walking tour last month. There is another one tonight, and we would go, but we're busy getting ready for weekend travel.


In the first photo below, I composited Danica into another photo. I was just playing around in Photoshop. The second photo is the original sans Danica. Obviously, I played with the white balance in an attempt to match the two parts of the composite.




So then, to give equal time to the grands, I composited JJ into a photo with a fence and with Danica.


I feel a little sheepish about posting this, but there is a fence.


Oh, I have more that I got ready for this post, but, somehow, this seems like enough ... for now.


15 comments:

Mara said...

Have a nice time away.

Jim Flack said...

Great!

TexWisGirl said...

love 'em all. :) yes, i wish i could link you in, but not sure if you'd like me to, soo... i'll just say thank you... :)

Marie Smith said...

Enjoy your time away! Love the squirrel. It is huge compared to the ones here.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I love that squirrel picture - one of my favorite animals :)

Sujatha Sathya said...

The post Did justice to the title of fences. my fav pic would definitely be the squirrel that stopped just long enough to pose :) squirrels are extremely hard to freeze in a frame

Linda Kay said...

A fence is a fence, right? Love the squirrel, but he looks pretty suspicious. Fun to include the grands in your photos.

Ginnie said...

Looks like that squirrel is saying "You can take your photo but be sure to get my good side !" Enjoy your rest time.

troutbirder said...

Gorgeous color tinkering on the photo of Danica and the sunset...

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

You have a dry sense of humour! I love it!

Ruth said...

You turn your photos into art. Someday I may decide to tackle Photoshop.

Jackie said...

Your Grands are growing up so quickly....
They are precious.

Hena Tayeb said...

the composites are fun.

Ida said...

How fun to see the composite photos & the fences. You did a great job on them. - The squirrel is so cute.

Mary Gilmour said...

Great shot of your beautiful grand girl with sunset.