GRUNGE

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Grunge involves many layers of pictures or vectors ending in a final composite. The background for the cabin, wagon and corral photos is the inside of an old covered bridge found in upper state New York. The background for the iris photo was a wall from a fort in the same area, plus the wall of a tiered garden in Colorado and the flowers. The background for the barn was a gate on the covered bridge, and if you look closely you will see the hinges and the supporting iron across the planks. The cabin, barn, corral, wagon, and iris were all shot in entirely different locations and were pulled from my files.

The original grunge photos are an orange calla lily taken at Bellingrath Gardens in Theodore, Mississippi, which went through several changes including changing to black and white, painting in leaves, and adding vector layers; a scene with an old farm in front of the San Francisco Peaks in northern Arizona; and a small creek near a resort in upper New York state, both of which were blended into a plank background with vectors added for effect.

The newer selections were meant to be offered mounted on wood as were the original selections. However, the selection of wood mountings has changed, and I find it inferior. Therefore, all grunge selections will be offered in 8x12" or 11x17" high quality prints. There are now frames available for those sizes of prints. The reason for the larger size is because digital cameras take a 4x6" photo which converts to the 8x12" without loss of the subject, and is also more suitable to an 11x17" print.

San Francisco Ranch
Grunge #1
Quiet Creek - NY
Grunge #2
Calla Lily Grunge
Grunge #3
Bridge with Wagon
Grunge #4
Bridge with Cabin #1
Grunge #5
Bridge with Cabin #2
Grunge #6
Bridge with Corral
Grunge #7
Barn on Bridge Gate
Grunge #8
Iris Garden on Wood
Grunge #9
Purple Iris on Wood
Grunge #10
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