Another of my hobbies is photography, and I've always tried to give an edge of surrealism to certain mundane subjects. A good friend introduced me to the concept of scanning my images and modifying them in some photo-editing software, and, suffice to say, my photos just haven't been the same since! (Images are large, but not unbearable on an average 386-16. View in leisure
Here's a photograph I've been trying to take for years (*literally*). It took a combination of good timing and a very talented little camera to get a glimpse of a moment in time. This is the fog rolling in through Crystal Springs Gap, an image many bay area residents have seen that I think is worth sharing. It's kind of large, too, so give it time to download...
This one is a sort of tribute to our devoted family pet cat, who departed this world last year.
Freesias in Bloom
I garden to maintain my sanity, and it creeps in to my work sometimes.
Not like any window I've ever seen! This one was created exclusively from the photo-editing software and some accompanying utilities. No photograph was the basis. A vivid nightmare, maybe?
The Third Stone
Another image created from inside the computer. I concluded when it was finished, that it really looked like something I'd seen before. Yet another artist's concept of our own little part of the solar system.