Lens-Artists Challenge #209 – Surreal

This week, our guest host Tracy (Reflections of An Untidy Mind) choose Surreal. Many of us may agree what she says, ‘ “Has the world gone mad?” It’s bizarre. Some might even say, ‘surreal'”.

The first one was clicked with my iPhone at Tokyo Aquarium. I found it in my archives.

The one below was captured at our local garden’s aquarium with my 13 Pro, no edits.

Some months ago, I learned to use one of Photoshop distortion features (Spherize) from Ann-Christine through one of her post.  Thank you, AC, for sharing! Here is the result:

This one was processed through PS twirl effect using one of my seascape photos. I’m happy with this effect :

 

A couple weeks ago, we were at the San Francisco airport. I really enjoyed walking through those artwork displays. I think the colorful mural says much about why we travel. 🙂

Thanks to Tracy for hosting this creative, fun theme. Click here to learn about Surrealism and enjoy her creative surreal images. We hope you’ll join us. 🙂

Special thanks to Andre My Blog-Solaner for his “Summer Vibes” theme. It was fun to see everyone’s responses.

Next week, Sarah Wilkie at Travel with Me, will host “Three Favorite Images”. Please visit her site.

Cee’s FOD: Angel’s Trumpet

The plants are known for their showy flowers, which range from white and pale yellow to green, maroon, and dark bronze and can persist for several months.

Due to the heat, there are not many blooms right now. Our local garden trys to provide minimum water to these plants in the morning.

Take a look of Cee’s flower of day. 

Cee’s FOTD: Dehlia

I was delighted to see these beautiful Dehlia in this part of Alaska. The temperature was 15 – 20 F degrees higher than nomal with comfortable moisture.

I was delighted to see these beautiful Dehlia in this part of Alaska. The temperature was 15 – 20 F degrees higher than nomal with comfortable moisture.

 

Take a look of Cee’s FOTD. 🙂

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