Thursday, December 22, 2011

Bad Photo

Sooooo....I didn't have a lot of time today to take a photo to use with Kim Klassen's  texture, Rejoice. Nope, it was a rushed affair.  I've been taking a photo everyday rather than delve into my stash. Anyhow...the photo turned out bad and it didn't fit with the texture at all. No matter which way I tried to spin it I had problems getting the look I wanted.

Bad photo, that's what it is.

So what to do... hide it in the trash, tell everyone a stranger grabbed my camera and shot this hideous photo, or go ahead and stick it on the blog saying to the world....  Hey I'm not perfect!  I chose the latter.

So without further adieu let me introduce to you the Charlie Brown Christmas tree of photos...

Now if you want to see photos that really make Kim's textures pop head to her website blog.

PS You will not find this photo on my flickr photostream.


  1. What are you saying!! This is wonderful! To me, it shines in it's own beautiful way. I'd follow that star.

    And that's what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown.

    Happy Christmas!

  2.'re too kind, Marion! Thanks for the laugh.

  3. Haha, you crack me up! Seriously tho...I had a hard time with Kim's texture today. Couldn't find a photo that I felt it worked well with. Soooooo, I didn't use it! haha. Oh well. I'm sure there is a photo somewhere that texture is just MADE for :)


  4. I love this beautiful star, and the effects you are creating from the photos. I would really like to learn how to do this, I am heading over to KIMS.
    But first,sending you Christmas joy from the critters in the Hollow to your little cottage on the corner!.

  5. I love what you tried and tried and couldn't get it to suit you but posted it anyway. I love that! It's all about the journey, isn't it?

  6. Thanks to each of you leaving a comment. Sometimes we just gotta show the ugly side.

    MJ...hahaha! And you're so's all about the journey!

  7. Hello Teresa! Wonderful post! I love stars! Thanks for the lovely visit and wishing you a magical 2012!


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