It took me awhile but I finally almost finished the latest landscape called 'Ghostly Memories', inspired once again by a photograph kindly shared by Dale Stewart. When I saw his photo of the 'Our Lady of Mount Carmel' church in Raymore, Saskatchewan I immediately was inspired to try to create it as a ghostly image. Not exactly sure how successful I was but I certainly had a blast working on it. Now, having said that, I'm late posting today because everything I have attempted to do has been accompanied by frustration. This still isn't finished and at the moment is adamantly refusing to lie flat. Never had that happen before so I know there will be some more stitching to try to wrestle it into submission. In the meantime you can get the general idea for now and I'll post another 'Finished Finish' later on.
We interrupt the current dose of mumblings for a news flash! Due to circumstances beyond your not-so-savvy writer's control (and no doubt there's a degree of stupidity involved) today there will be no pictures of finished objects - unfinished objects - or much of anything else. Camera doesn't want to talk to the computer.....computer doesn't want to talk to the camera.....both are throwing hissy fits of grande proportions. Your intrepid correspondent has been seen joining in with the general hissiness of the entire thing.
And....it's not even Friday the 13th OR a full moon!
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Today's quote is from R. H. Swaney..."I wish we could talk about our hearts like we talk about the weather, because whether or not we are okay is more important than the chance of rain"