Friday, December 13, 2019

STILL IN THE PLAINS, VIRGINIA




This is one of the pretty homes on Main Street, in The Plains, Virginia.  I have been turning my photos into art lately, but I will share the original photo sometime.  

As mentioned yesterday, the iPad art app that I have is called 'ArtCard'.  I have been enjoying all the various effects, styles.  I never know when the mood hits when I want to turn my photos into art.

The process of putting our house in order after all the upheaval is making headway, albeit a little slowly.  But slow and steady wins the race.  



34 comments:

  1. While I love your posts, feel free to put getting the house in order as a priority.
    We will happily wait.

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    1. I will be doing just that EC, but happy to take a break :) Thank you!

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  2. The house is beautiful! Now I want to see both pictures side by side.

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    1. Hi Ginny, I will share the original real soon :)

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    1. Thank you Linda, I thought it was very photogenic :)

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  4. I wish I had known about that app when I wanted it.

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    1. There you go Valerie, maybe sometime you will :)

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    1. Muito obrigado :) Um abraço e um bom final de semana para você!

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  6. Hello, it is a beautiful home, I like the cheery color. Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you Eileen, happy you liked this pretty house. You have a great weekend :)

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  7. I like that style home so much, and love old houses more than new. I enjoy playing in software also. glad your house is almost back together.

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  8. Very nice art. That looks like such an attractive entrance with the gate leading up to the house.

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    1. It was Gigi. I loved the patterns in the old iron-railings.

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  9. Looks a lovely home …

    All the best Jan

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  10. I am loving your photos turned into art.

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    1. Thank you Christine, I am so happy you enjoy them :)

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  11. Interesting building and colour. Have a good Sunday, Diane

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  12. Hello! I found your blog from another blogger I follow.
    As others commented before me ... the turning of your photos into works of art makes for a beautiful piece to display. Plus I am sure lots of fun!
    I lived in VA for 8 years (years and years ago) and know there are beautiful places to visit and use as art. But even a not-so-beautiful place could be 'fiddled' with.
    I like using Gimp to play with the pics. Nothing fancy and usually just a time waster. lol

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    1. Welcome! So nice to meet you and I have been over to your blog now. Just took me a while with colds and such. Nice to have these apps to play around with. Sometimes it's just good to veg out and 'play' :)

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  13. I so love this, Denise! It would made a great painting, or a great jigsaw puzzle.

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