Okay. Those pictures were all taken on a recent Manteo morning. The following pictures are some of the same shots, expect I decided to put them into a more artsy context.
Because here’s the deal. I’ve been telling myself for quite a while that I should make note cards from some of my pictures. (And a few of you have also suggested that idea to me.)
At first I thought I would just take the original pictures and put them on cards but then I got to thinking that I could also play around with them a little for a different effect.
So my question to you is this:
If you went to a store to buy notecards and you saw some cards that were straight photos and others that were creatively altered (like the ones below) which would you be more likely to choose?
I have put a poll in the right column for you to weigh in with your opinion. I also added a third option which is for those of you who might buy from either category, depending on the occasion.
Or instead of doing the poll, you can just leave your answer in the comments.
(Note: These are just compilations I put together in a hurry to give you an idea of what I'm talking about; they're not necessarily the exact ones I would actually use.)
So there you have it. Please go vote! I’ll even give you a little sticker saying, “I voted” when you’re done.
Okay. Do we all know what tomorrow is? Then let’s say it together.
“Tomorrow is WEDDING WEDNESDAY!”
Can’t wait to share more photos from the Meganate Wedding.
_________________________________________________________Steve had a great time reading all of your comments about his post yesterday. I’m hoping the comments will encourage him to post a bit more frequently.
Along with the comments, one question also came in.
Judy said, “Tremendous job. What a sense of accomplishment you must feel. But I was just wondering---is it possible the power steering pump did not have to be replaced, but just that leaky, fluid spewing, pretzel shaped thing-a-ma-jig?”
Hi Judy, Great question. The old pump was definitely worn and the old hose was weak. When the old hose blew the leak was many times worse than before the pump was replaced and the new leak was in a different location. Thanks for reading my stuff. Steve