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Friday, September 12, 2014

Catching a Universe

This morning I was taking Knight for a walk, when he stopped to check some p-mail. Looking around  while I waited, I saw a universe that I had never noticed before. Luckily, I had my camera with me.
Doesn't it look like a spiraling galaxy? Seven o"clock in the morning, and quantum physics hits me with something as deep as the oneness of every part of the universe. Good thing I had had my coffee!
Anyway, when I got home, I messed around with it in Photoshop. This version might be a crater on Mars. Somehow the redness, and sort of landscapishness (that's a word, right) didn't translate when I loaded this onto the blog. 
This one is closer to the stars that I imagined, but not quite there yet.
OK, maybe it's all in my head. But, it was an interesting exercise in seeing.  If you feel like experimenting, start with this version here. It's a larger file.
And since it's the weekend, Jensen has something to say.
"Eye hope everybun has a nice weekend!"
Of course, Buttercup seconds that, although she disapproves of Jensen's spelling.


Rabbits' Guy said...

It's a hurricane - photo from space.

(Could be bunny disapproval photo from space too.)

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

That is totally cool! Glad you had your camera with you.

speedyrabbit said...

I got to admit I thought it looked like a hurricane cloud from space,great effects though,xx Rachel

Michele Matucheski said...

You're not the only one who sees the Universe in the whorl of a knot-hole in a chunk of wood. I can't tell you how many pictures I've taken out on the wood pile of interesting textures and grains! --Michele at Sweet Leaf