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Friday, April 12, 2013

K is for Kaleidoscope

Here is a photo of Mrs. Cardinal that I took recently on our feeder in the front yard. 


I used the Kaleidoscope photo editing feature at this site http://www.tuxpi.com/ and Voila! Mrs. C and the feeder have been transformed into a lovely flower pattern. Why not give it a try? It's fun and there are other fun photo editing features to waste time on....er I mean to try out. Sorry the photo is a bit big for the blog post but you can't read the quote otherwise.


Sparkling shimmering patterns are sure to delight
All made by glass and mirrors reflecting the light,
Twirl those glass pieces and see what you can do
Create new patterns and make something new,
Look through your kaleidoscope and play the game
Shake it up and look inside, it’s never the same.

12 comments:

  1. My husband wanted me to write about kaleidoscopes and he asked me first thing this morning "has anyone written about kaleidoscopes yet?" He will be so excited when I tell him you did:))

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    1. That's hilarious, Talya. Well, I hope he is happy now. I felt the vibes all the way up here in Ontario. Heheh! Too funny!

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  2. Oh, that is cool. I am so-o-o gonna try that.
    Thanks. I was gonna shoot for a productive afternoon. ;-)

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  3. That's clever, Cathy - must try it with some of my photos.

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    1. Be warned. It's addictive, Paula. I can waste so much time on those photo editing sites trying out all the different effects. I'm such a big kid that way!

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  4. I used to love those as a kid but haven't looked through one in awhile.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. I always found them so magical as a kid. I still do.

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  5. This is the second kaleidoscope post - though about 2 very different things. Will have to try the feature. Love the quote.

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    1. I must read the other blog post about kaleidoscopes to see the different take on it. I liked the quote and its reference to creativity. It does seem like we take floating bits and pieces and make something new out of it.

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  6. Wow! Love what you did with the picture, Cat. You are so creative!

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  7. my absolute favorite thing as a kid... a kaleidoscope.....I saved one for years in a drawer... wonder if it is still there... love that it was never the same... like life... always something new..

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