My quarantine brain hasn’t been the most creative, but I did finally make this cool house out of epoxy resin the other day! It’s filled with flowers I hung and pressed to dry, alcohol ink and glitter! Watch the whole process in the video below.
Let’s all just pretend I’m posting this on Tuesday, because I know none of us are properly keeping track of what days it is. Also, my constant headaches and migraines are really not helping with my blog/creative endeavors, but as always I have lots planned. One day at a time.
This week, the colors is Mountain Meadow.
Between now and whenever you have the time, share a post inspired by the color (s) on your own blog or social media. A poem, flash fiction, photo, drawing, whatever you’d like!
Link back to this post and include your post link in a comment below so that I can share your link next week.
Tag your blog post ‘coloryourworld’ so others can find your post in their WordPress Reader.
Check out the CYW home page with links to all weekly challenges as they post.
Photography was invented in 1840, and we see evidence of faked photos as far back as 1846.
We’ve discussed faked photos using toys, as a way to convince someone of some thing or event, but photo fakery goes even deeper. And with faked news photos coming up over the past few years, I thought it was time to discuss the history of this practice.