POTD: White Tulips #3

White Tulips #3 Bozeman, Montana 2012

Using the images from the last two POTDs, plus one additional image of the white tulip photographs I had, I created this large composite image. While I would call the result interesting, I don’t find it particularly appealing or noteworthy. That happens a lot with these composites. I’m generally not exactly sure what I’m going for when I start the process; I have a vague idea of what I’m shooting for but the image evolves as I work. Sometimes that evolution produces a result that is well suited for survival (i.e., I’m going to keep it around and do something with it) while other times it’s something that isn’t going to fare well in the survival of the fittest test.]]>

5 thoughts on “POTD: White Tulips #3”

  1. Of the 3 composites you’ve shown, I like the “circle” design, #2, the best. This expanded one seems more static, as though it were a doily on a dresser…very regular and predictable. Not like some of the results you created with the crows, e.g. Rooky Wood.

    1. Thanks for the comments Kathy. I thought it looked like one of the designs on those old-fashioned bandanas like I often carry with me when I’m hiking or camping. Doily, yeah I can see that too.

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