Thursday, February 08, 2007

Star Dust



After yesterday's post I figured I'd better try something with a bit more grace to salvage my reputation as an 'ahem' - serious blogger. So instead of dandruff - I give you star stuff as seen from the warm confines behind my windowpanes. It's too cold to stand outside, but the sun created beacons sending fire across the moonscape winter lawn and through the glass. With a few tweaks in ACDSee the glints were transformed into interstellar space. Cool.

10 comments:

pablo said...

Wow, I really thought that was a picture from space.

So what does it take to be a serious blogger? I might want to get my credentials some day.

Cathy said...

Well, Pablo - I'm thinking that it might be easier to label a blog 'serious' by what it 'doesn't' subject its readers to. (Like dangling prepositions) I crossed the line with dry skin.
Hmmm. But Swampy posts scat pictures - so whats a little flaky epidermis slip. OK. I'm serious.

Patrice said...

This is quite beautiful, Cathy.

Cathy said...

Thanks, Patrice. We find beauty where we can. You've got the myriad shades of fragrant green. For now - we've got white - lots of white.

LauraHinNJ said...

Seriously cool.

;-)

Laurie said...

Very nice! You had me fooled!

bonita said...

I can almost hear a "Ho,Ho,Ho" in the distance. Did Santa get stranded there?

Cathy said...

Good possibility, Bonita! That's probably his rescue beacon glittering on the horizon.

Laura said...

I really really love these images, Cathy. Thanks for the comments on gigglefern, too. It's always such delight to have you visit.

Laura

Rurality said...

Very nice! I don't think we're ever going to get snow here.