Duotone chalk-and-charcoal digital arts photo conversion, in copper brown and silver, depicts an abandoned wood structure that once served as a gas station near Chappell Hill, Texas. Now it is heavily overgrown with native grasses and vines, flourishing with new springtime growth. (Be sure to see the original color photograph from which this was rendered, also available in this gallery.)
Featured in Beauty Captured, November 2013. My sincere thanks!
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A lifelong love of writing, coupled now with photography and polishing images, continues to serve as my creative outlet in a less-hectic lifestyle called retirement. Each step in the process helps me appreciate the beauty and amazing details of Godís creation. Though I consider taking and editing pictures a hobby, it's my passion. That helps explain the nearly six hundred fifty images I've posted so far--three thousand taken on a one-week trip alone!
Photography, plus the research it entails, has become one more enjoyable journey in a blessed life. In 1969 I graduated as a Registered Dental Hygienist and cleaned teeth for more than a decade--mainly in Texas, where I still live. After my first feature article, for my professional...
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