Here is my entry for Debbie’s, Travel With Intent blog, One Word Sunday Challenge and her topic this week is Light.
There wasn’t a cloud in the sky on Friday. The glare of the sunlight on the water was almost more than my poor retinas could take. Staring at the water gave me a headache.
Converting a photograph to sepia using Photoshop Elements.
- Change file to black and white (Control-Alt-B).
- Select Filter and choose Adjustments.
- From drop-down menu, choose Photo Filter.
- From new drop-down menu, choose Sepia.
- Using slider, increase density to desired level.
- Optional: Increase Lightness by 10% (Control-Alt-U)
#Ragtag Daily Prompt #RDP #Light
We are all moving upward, just like Flannery O’Connor said in her story about the two ladies with the same hat. Nine years ago, some desperate, hopeless, evil men executed a crime of unimaginable proportions. Thousands of innocents, on land and air, were killed. Others were injured. Many others more were wounded psychologically. It was a shared national grief that we may find difficult to rise above, to allow us to move on, or as some might say, “Find closure.” I do know that it changed America forever, not always for the best. As a nation, we can not give in to fear. We must rise above it. Just like these folks on this escalator are doing after a day of work. They are rising out of the shell that forces them to conform and obey the rules. They are emerging to another level, where they can let their hair down, kick of their shoes and live their lives as they choose.