Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Little Red Boat

(please enlarge)

This week my Watery Wednesday image is a little bit different. I haven't been out much to find an interesting watery shot. Just a boat zooming down the river seemed rather mundane and I really didn't like the shot too much so I played around with my software and this is the result.

I'm sure you're find some really wonderful watery images by clicking here.

37 comments:

Photo Cache said...

really like playing with the software too, nice result.

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JunieRose2005 said...

That's really cool looking!! :)


I don't guess I'll have a WW post this time...but I DID get a Sepia pic ready to go...late tonight probably!


Junie

Guy D said...

Wow is that ever unique, well done.

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Bestemor Drillo said...

That was cool ;)

Thom said...

Wow...that is so neat. I love how it ended up. Boating Around The World :)

Rose said...

I like what you done with this!

J Bar said...

I like how you presented this photo. Good one.
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Vita Stunder said...

Awesome effect Carletta!

Nessa said...

That's so cool. I hope he doesn't fall off the edge.

Maggie May said...

That is a very unusual peace of artwork!

Nuts in May

kaye said...

I agree, software is fun. I do like the whole effect of the little boat zooming endlessly in a sphere of water.

eileeninmd said...

Carletta, it is a really cool photo enlarged. It reminds me of the earth from up above.
Well Done.

judi said...

time on your hands is good for us and I hope for you. We sure benefit in the creative flow it produces. :)

rapunzel said...

Wow! Even cooler when it is enlarged! Good job.

Lindy MacDuff said...

Very cool and even more impressive when enlarged!

Tricia said...

A racing boat sphere! How cool is that!!!

Ebie said...

Your playful art did work! Wonderful creation!

Tammie Lee said...

this looks like a boat soaring across a planet, fun.
Spirithelpers

AL said...

Sometimes with playing softwares ends with a unexpected satisfying results and you did it well on this photo! Nice and very unique!

AL

Coffeedoff said...

Great fun shot.

Arija said...

Beautiful manipulation! However did you do it you clever girl?

Raven said...

It's so much fun playing with pictures! Great job. Very cool manipulation.

gengen said...

Oh it is cute....Happy watery Wednesday.

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

WONDERFUL effect! I must learn how to DO this thing. What software are you using pray tell?
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This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Carletta: Cool fisheye shot of the boat.

Lorac said...

That is too cool! Very nice turn to the photo!

Annie said...

Wow. Love this effect, Carlotta. FUN!!!

Linnea W said...

That's cool! When I first saw it, I thought it was the moon...

Pat said...

Wow - cool image - I like that it's in a circle like the earth.

Twisted Fencepost said...

I think it's a pretty cool shot, Carletta!

George said...

This is so neat! I really like it.

Jim said...

Hi Carletta, this is a nice camera to have (sitting around on the shelf). It took good pictures if the one of her was from it. Most did take good ones.
My mom didn't use a camera, but Dad did. He had a Kodak fold-up camera.
I have a 'Dick Tracy' 127 mm camera that I had way back. It sits on our book shelf with a few other things of mine.
Thank you for dropping by my blog, I should to RT next week and 6WS this Saturday. I just got behind so am skipping some. I do have a poem on Sundays for the other blog.
You are a welcome visitor anytime!
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SquirrelQueen said...

It does look like a boat circling the globe, very cool. You turned the mundane into wow.

Janice Thomson said...

That is just so good! A perfect photo to use for this effect.

Craver Vii said...

What a great effect!! It looks like they're circumventing the globe. Fortunately, the earth is a little bigger, and some of the waters are separated by land, sweet land.

maryt/theteach said...

Wow, Carletta, that shot knocked my socks off!! :)

Stephany said...

Cool!