Five Shots: Part 3, Paintings

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I wish I could paint landscapes. Instead, I’ll cheat and jazz up the washed out/mediocre shots and transform them into watercolors with my camera. If I could paint the Mogollon Rim, these would be my paintings:

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Which one do you like best? 

16 thoughts on “Five Shots: Part 3, Paintings

  1. Pretty good cheat if you ask me!

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  2. 2 and 3 are my favourites Cindy. Some reminded me of the ‘paint-by-numbers’ sets from my youth. They certainly do look ‘painted’ though.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Paint by numbers is all I’d be capable of. Thanks, Pete.

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  3. These are awesome, hey it’s ok to *cheat* 😀 My fave is the second to last.

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    1. Thanks, my friend, for your vote. I liked that one second best. The orange rocks are something. 🙂

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  4. Wow, Cindy, I love them all – and I too wish I had the wherewithal to paint. But these photos are lovely. And if I had to pick I’d say #2. There’s something daring and inviting and very private about the rock ledge. A sort of ‘if you dare’ type of offer.

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    1. Shelley! Nice to see you midweek :). Yes, I like the second one as well–I thought exactly the same thing–I dare you to stand on me!

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  5. To be honest, I think they are all pretty good. You have real talent here!

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    1. Hi John, LOL. Good at cheating, that is 😉

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  6. What lovely paintings, they are all really good. Excellent work!

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    1. Thanks, Paul. When you can’t do it the right way, sometimes the wrong way still feels like an accomplishment.

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  7. I just wish that I could draw or paint and my fave is No2.

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    1. Hi! Mine, too! Yes, I wish I had that kind of talent. I can only pretend 😉

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  8. These are stunning. I love the first one!

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    1. There were so many colors and textures and space. I was in heaven. I told Jim to toss my ashes here as I did the ‘Last of the Mohicans’s final scene on the cliff top.

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