How cool is this - a 1950 Chevy Fastback. On my way home from DeLand FL, I saw this beauty sitting in a parking lot. Nothing would do but to turn around and take some pictures. I added the sky and the photo of the N. Florida sign post which I found while walking around DeLand.
"Sweet Secret" texture courtesy of Pixel Art Photo Dust and my own "mashed potato" texture over top.
Boats at The Dock on Naples Bay. I love reflections on the water - don't you?
"Paper and Paste" texture courtesy of Kim Klassen.
I espied these cane-like sticks sitting in a container at "The Little Traveler" shop in Geneva IL. Luckily, I had my camera with me and took a few shots. If you look closely, you can see my reflection in the knobs.
Truly, my friend Betty Keigler, and I are driving to DeLand FL. We're going to the opening reception of "Art in Stitches" at the Florida Museum of Women Artists. I am thrilled to be part of this exhibition.
The exhibit opens on August 24 and runs through November 10, 2012. Please join us!
The participating artists are:
Katherine K. Allen, Fort Lauderdale, FL,
Connie Enzmann-Forneris, Gainesville, FL,
Jayne Bentley Gaskins, Fernandina Beach, FL,
Valerie Goodwin, Tallahassee, FL
Pat Kumicich, Naples, FL,
Eleanor McCain, Shalimar, FL,
Maya Schonenberger, Miami, Fl,
Amy Vigilante, Gainesville, FL,
Barbara W. Watler, Plantation, FL
"Antique Farewell" texture courtesy of Pixel Art Photo Dust
I enjoyed every minute of the time I spent watching the olympic games. Congratulations to all the athletes from every country who participated. You can be sure that we are proud of you and your accomplishments. The old adage "it's not whether you win or lose, but how you played the game" is true! Truly and I are looking forward to seeing you again in four years!
1956 Chevrolet BelAir
"Dream Wonder" texture courtesy of Pixel Art Photo Dust.