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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Photo Art Friday

This week's theme is

So what better container than a 100-year-old jail?
The prisoners are grandma, mommy and very unhappy baby boy.
I converted the original to Sepia and added one of Bonnie Zeiman's fine textures.
I believe it was her Gauze Sheers.

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and once you are done admiring all the talent, take a few moments to play along!

Thanks for coming by!


  1. I'm kind of glad I couldn't sleep and turned on the computer to see this very funny and well-done piece, Electra! The look on your grandson's face is priceless!!!

  2. This is fantastic ! What a wit! And great editing too:)

  3. They are not enjoying that even after you converted it to sepia. Great work. Hugs

  4. The look on your Grandson's face really makes it work! I think I have been in that jail and have a similar picture, but it would never compare to yours. Your editing and composition of your piece are perfect ... so much fun, as usual, Electra. Thanks

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  5. Love your vintage version and the look of dread on the baby's face. I agree with him - that's not a container anyone wants to get caught in!! Thank you for sharing your work with Photo Art Friday.

  6. So funny! I love the baby's expression. The vintage effect is perfect here.

  7. Oh my gosh, I nearly ruined a keyboard when the photo came up. That is hilarious - all the expressions are making me smile! I like how you utilized it for the challenge you entered. have a terrific weekend, you wonderfully talented lady!

  8. This is a really fun picture, Electra. Your baby's expression is priceless. Blessings!

  9. lol! What a cool pic! Looks awesome in sepia! That dude looks like he got hard

  10. what a funny attempt to Bonnie's theme! love the vintage processing!

  11. This is really fun and very well processed. The baby's expression is priceless!

  12. That boy is gonna keep you on your toes. The look on his face is priceless. I LOVE this photo. AND I love what you did with it.

  13. The baby frown looks great both in colour and sepia LOL!
    Such a fun picture :-)
    I'm glad to see you are colour co-ordinated with your grandson unless it is the convict uniform???
    Fancy them making them for babies too... you can never start too young eh?


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