Friday, January 4, 2013

Illumination.. word for 2013..PAF...



..from a photo of a vintage lit wreath in my window, I've used texture and 
more texture to illustrate the subject of today's share with Photo Art Friday.  Bonnie asked
 us to choose a word for the New Year that encompasses what our blog or idea 
Photo Art Friday
might be for guidance in the year ahead.  
.....for various reasons I am focusing on light and illumination and truth..
the ink well and quill and the addition of birds tell you I believe writing and reading 
as well as nature's music are lights on our paths.....you will find other inspired
 digital photoart today at pixeldustphotoartand..








14 comments:

  1. This is just lovely, and don't we all need a "light" to illuminate our paths! Beautiful edit on this! Blessings to you in the new year also!

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  2. Beautiful and inspirational! Love the image and words you chose. Happy New Year :)

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  3. Beautiful, both words and image! Happy New Year!

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  4. awesome artwork. Happy new year!

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  5. Wonderful! Love how you added elements to represent things important to you. How illuminating!

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  6. Lovely work - great way to start out the new year!

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  7. Beautiful piece and a great word. Illumination is good for the soul. Happy New Year!

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  8. writing, candle light and birds singing...sounds perfect to me...looks perfect to me...smiles

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  9. This is an amazing image. Your layers add depth and a sense of illumination. May your new year bring you much light. Nice to see all your writing too. Thanks for stopping by my photography blog.

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  10. oh I really love this. it made me smile really REALLY BIG!! wish I could send you that smile!! I love the layering and the depth. it fascinates me!!

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