Saturday, August 25, 2012

If You Believe In Forever

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I love graveyards, especially old ones. Not only are they very peaceful, but they tell stories. I thought I would tell my own story with this one.
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This is the original picture I took this morning.

DEBBIE'S NOTE: I'm submitting this to the Order of the Opus Gluei challenge called Me and My Camera.


  1. You certainly love your bubbles! This is a great picture! xx

  2. Deborah, you can enter photos any time at Opus Glued... we have no rules, but creative fun. I do digital art a lot on there and I am on the DT.
    All the challenges are open to interpretation.
    Some people even do needlepoint or something way out there.
    I LOVE your picture! I hope to see you at the Order of the Opus Glued again!!!
    The name us more about allowing one's self to get messy while creating... but you don't have to do that either!!!
    Thanks for joining!! Hope to see you again!

  3. This is such a good photo and I adore what you have done with it. The purple is so rich! I second what Kristen has said, we would love to have you join us more often. Thanks for joining us at Opus Gluei this week!

  4. What they said, any art form qualifies - Gluei or not :-)
    Your alterations are wonderful, I love it when people show the before and after with their digi work.
    I have no clue about digi altering but what you have done with the graveyard is stunning!!
    Thank you for joining us at Opus Gluei

  5. Oh, what a cool project you submitted - I find a feeling of peace in cemeteries and the headstones tell their own stories. Terrific! Thank you for playing with us at Opus Gluei.

    Everyone on our DT has pretty much explained that you don't have to use glue at all. All forms of art are excepted. The GLUEI part of our name is my misplaced humor as a Catholic (Opus Dei and all, not trying to be blasphemous but Latin does sound sophisticated) and the name sounded so perfect for our goal of creating art!

  6. Graveyards can be amazingly beautiful. I love what you did with the photograph. Blessings!

  7. That is a great interpretation of our challenge at the Opus glad you got brave and jumped on in...hope to see you again next week!

  8. A wonderful interpretation and so inspiring


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