Tag Archives: Kali-Stones
Final Kali – Stone
When I do the kaleidoscope images, it is a bit like magic. I pick a photo, put it in the app, then start clicking and playing with different variances, such as the number of petals, and how far I want … Continue reading
Kali – Stone #16
Captured rainbow holds divine promise, after darkening storm.
Kali – Stone #15
Sunlight plays hide and seek amidst white blossoms and deep greenery.
Kali – Stone #14
Tipped wheelbarrow Spilling impatiens Satisfying summer tradition
Kali – Stone #13
Riot of blooms Potted in sunlight Consequence of loving care
Kali – Stone #11
Love playing with colors and finding beauty, structure in the midst of seeming chaos. For more of the same, go here: http://claudetteellinger.wordpress.com/
Kali – Stone #10
Huge concrete slabs piled at shoreline in effort to thwart theft of land by water. Because water is universal symbol for life itself, perhaps some future archeologist, centuries from now, will interpret that as a primitive defense against all that … Continue reading
Kali – Stone #8
Flames dance holding back the night and the fear of darkness. Amazingly enough, these three kaliedoscope images came from that same photo. I couldn’t choose between them, so you get all three.
Kali – Stone #7
At bay shore, there is nothing discrete about Wisconsin green in summer.
Scent of lilacs would send me scurrying, room to room, opening all windows to “blow” out the house.