Windows

Windows windows everywhere, or in this case just 1 – a late resonse to the Pic and a Word Challenge, and a timely one for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.

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Grey

For the Pic and a Word Challenge #63…

The sentiment Patrick expresses in his prompt post in regards to finding beauty in the grey made me think of this image – largely monotone, I find the little spurts of grass quite appealing. That said, this is a posed image, fake grass against a fabric sky, but I enjoy making desaturated-esque monotones with a hint of emotion and beauty.

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Boats

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[Posting to Pic and a Word Challenge: Perception. I like to think that for a second, someone may perceive this image as real life. A real ocean with bobbing boats. Only on the second look do you see its tiny boats on a  clay sea. I like to think about perception often in regards to my miniature images and hope to explore this further/deeper in an MMM post soon.]

Aftermath

A reblog of an image I made in 2015, sharing today for the Daily Post: Crisis and Pic and a Word Challenge: Resistance.

Tourmaline .

a miniature ho scale figure in field of rusty, torn apart metal (made from copy paper and paint) a miniature ho scale figure in field of rusty, torn apart metal (made from copy paper and paint)

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Apothecary-ish

Parading as an apothecary shop, there’s something more sinister going on here.\

Materials: handmade room box – foam board, bass wood, paint, cardboard and glue, Rement Pose Skeleton and Science Room accessories, wreath by Elena Gonchar of Santez Stoyries, misc. other 1:18 and 1:12 scale dollhouse accessories

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For a Pic and a Word Challenge: Walls (a what lurks behind these walls sort of response) and this week’s Macro Moments (I know the challenge is more aimed toward nature and such, but I did use a macro lens, so hopefully this counts).

Fire

“Some men just want to watch the world burn.”

Another for the Pic and a Word Challenge.

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The underbrush sustained them as they make their way through.

Quickly.

Cleanly.

But not so quietly.

Growing deeper, longer, as they suck in the life below.

Stretching out as high as they can and grasping, sucking away the breath.

Nothing withstands their reach.

And that’s just the way they like it.