1/11/09

CED Sunday





I was fixing my first cup of coffee this morning and I looked out the kitchen window and saw this lovely spider's web on our elderberry bush/tree...and I find it a hoot that we have an elder-berry bush in our park which is limited to those who are 55+.
Anyway....I didn't think the photo would work given that it's such a grey morning but I gave it a shot (or 3) and got one that I liked...so I took it into photoshop and played with it a bit...
Not even 8am and I've already done my first CA (creative act, lol) of the day!

10 comments:

Beadin' Gram/aka Jackie said...

Bobbi, this is just great -- beautiful - what a cheerful beginning to a dreary day.

Mary Timme said...

This is why I want to someday have the big girls Photoshop and do stuff with it. Way to go!

KV said...

Awesome work, Bobbi! Guess what my wonderful husband gave me for Christmas? PHOTOSHOP!!!

Now all I have to do is find time to learn how to use it. Has to wait until my book is published . . .


Kathy V in NM

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

True artists...spiders.

beadbabe49 said...

Hi jackie...it was sure fun..

Mary, yes, it's a huge program that can do so much more than I've ever needed it to do!

Hey, kathy...congrats on having your book published! My only advice on photoshop is don't try to learn it all at once...small bites work best!

They are, aren't they, pamela!

Pursuing Art... said...

Beautiful shot and nice changes in photoshop! Spider webs are so amazing and delicate. The moisture drops look like micro beads! ;-)

Very creative before 8 am on Sunday morning. Mother natures art right out your kitchen window...lovely way to start your day! ~Lisa

Catching up with you later today and below too...

abeadlady said...

Very cool, Bobbi! At first I thought you had beaded the web. Great photo.
Arline

Sabine said...

Lovely photos of an admirable construction, Beadbabe. The spider and you have really been very creative.

Sabine

(I posted a comment with a question to your BJP December page.)

The Lone Beader said...

Much too cold for spiders here! They've all moved inside!

janeywan said...

Love what you've done with the photo, really shows the detail.