For today’s After Before Friday, I chose a photo I took at the end of October when we first got here to Washington. This is Al, and his two boys checking out a great old building. I think it was an old forest service building, but I’m not sure.
Anyway, I shot this interesting perspective, and loved the way it turned out.
This is the image after I edited it.
And this is the before.
Mostly I wanted to crop it down to what I felt was the interesting, and best part of the photo. I then adjusted color, clarity, all the usual stuff.
I like the way it turned out.
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And, I’ve started playing around with some of the sea glass I’m picking up. I’ve never wire wrapped anything before, so this was a learning experience for me. I wanted to make a small mobile for the window.
I wanted to get a photo of it with the sun shining through the window and making it all sparkly. Lol, not so much.
I like it and I may do another one. I picked up some driftwood pieces that are perfect for a project like this. As Al’s dad use to say, It’s good enough for who it’s for.
Have an awesome weekend friends!