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Virgins, Creativity & Gratitude #8

The transformative powers of Mary,
Picasa & Picnik
 using 'effects'
are mind boggling,
the possibilities are endless,
I'm having so much fun,
finding it hard to distract myself!

Grateful for the miracle of digitization.

Intention ~ Practice Detachment! ;~)


'Virgin a Day'

Comments

I wonder what Mary would have thought had she known she could be transformed by...Picasa! :)

Mary My Joy
Monica said…
chuckle...
mary looks groovy.
detachment, double chuckle
Spadoman said…
Oh Ms. Foxy... You are doing such fine work with these Mary images. Creative to the max!

Peace
Lenora said…
So fun! A whole new world fore sure!
Paula Scott said…
Practicing detachment is hard to do with distractions like this! Fabulous transformation!
Her Speak said…
I love the crown of starry rays. <3
Whoa, that is beautiful. Very creative. This has been great fun.
QMM
somepinkflowers said…
Practice Detachment
by
photo manipulation,
by losing yourself

in
joyful

creativity...





aahhhhh,
i know it well
priti.lisa said…
That's amazing...an art-form I have never tried ♥♥♥
The miracle of digitization. I'll have to remember that since by day I'm an archivist and do endless scanning--though rarely get to "play." I've got to check out Picasa. Love what you have done here.
rebecca said…
you are always such a BRIGHT light!
Noelle Renee said…
This is fabulous Sue. I believe it is going to be a poster for a broadway hit by the end of the 12 days. It is just beautiful and your creativity has reached new vistas. Love to see you having this much fun, really!
xoxo,
Noelle

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