|Here's what can happen with time on your hands and Photoshop on your computer. Click to enlarge this abstract design made from a unique palette of colors.
|These colors! The unique palette of colors in this photo of three domestic geese on a pond. Would you like to see that again?
|All these lovely greens and creams and blues.
|Are from this portrait of a peregrine falcon among evergreens. See where I'm going with this?
|Have Photoshop? Would you like to make this pattern?
|Wonder what this bunch of heather would look like twirled?
|And you can duplicate and flip them and come up with lacy fairy things.
|And every larger and more complicated images.
|This paper wasp on goldenrod becomes...
|this pretty abstract.
|A daffodil in sunlight.
|If you don't change the second twirl to the opposite direction it can look like the brush stokes of an oil painting. I love these colors.
|And here is the daffodil image complete with an opposite twirl.
|You are not limited to twirling nature photos, of course. I made this one from...
|this Negroni cocktail that I photographed in a dark bar in New York City the last time I was there, a few months ago. I am looking forward to the time when I can go back and have another. Maybe something blue that will twirl well.