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Old Chairs...

The challenge this week with Beyond Beyond was to take the photo that Kim Klassen provided for us and to process it in our own way..and then compare..This was quite a challenge but I loved the old chairs..we had them when we were kids so I was up for the task.  The above photo is the one from Kim...

Sometimes when I start out on editing I think I know where I'm going,  then when it is finished I wonder how I ever even went in that's like my writing...the story takes on a life of it's own and that is exactly what happened here...but I do love the end result.  I hope you enjoy viewing the difference and perhaps be inspired to process some of your own work...

Thanks Kim for the textures...I used Dusty Rose...vivid light at 13 % opacity and Magic Film from the new paper collection at soft light 70%..

The above chairs were my Mom's and they are really old..when she died my brother took them for his yard and he takes very good care of them...I remember burning my butt on these many times as a kid...they were not my favorite back then...but now...hmm,  I might steal one from my brother one day...

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Reader Comments (5)

I love what you did with Kim's chairs. Funny that your family had some of those chairs too.

March 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLinda Kittmer

Love what you did with this...i was late back from traveling yesterday, had to sit for 2 beans this morning and then begin edits for someone...tomorrow hope to finalize those and get them placed into an album for her to view and then send it off to print. i suppose i will be late with the next one too...i have another edit job coming up on Friday...not complaining....i could use the work!

March 12, 2013 | Unregistered Commentersusan

Thanks for stopping by nice to see you'll catch up,. you always do...have a nice weekend.

March 13, 2013 | Unregistered Commentercheryl c.

Great job on the chairs...I have four of the same design too but they're not old -- they're just deisgned to look that way. I love the look.

March 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSherry G.

Child memories always remain in heart. Childhood silly works memories, always gives us please. As we growing up, life is getting complex. However, you have done a great job those looks nice now.

June 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterStacking Chairs

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