Showing posts from April, 2009

Bruce Trail Sidetrail: Credit Valley foot path

Today the temp was suppose to go into the mid to high 20's so after the $10 quilt class, I got a sandwich at the Glen Oven and then decided to walk part of the Credit Valley Footpath I parked the car across from the cemetery on Prince street and was going to hike to the end past the paper mill dam but the trail is closed about 500m in on the side leading towards the golf course and paper mill so I followed the trail on the other side of the road. It heads in behind Sheridan Nurseries and comes out near the corner of 22 sideroad and Tenth line. Found this little guy sitting on a tree stump. I don’t think he really liked the flies There were still remnants of last year’s flowers and seeds on the trail. They looked very pretty. There were several butterflies out enjoying the sunshine today. This one almost flew into me several times. He and his friends also danced ahead of me on the trail like they were showing the way The snails were also out When I bent down to g

2009 $10 Quilt

The fourth Saturday is coming quickly, but I'm now ready.

More PSE 7 Lesson 12

I used all three healing and cloning tools to remove the person and vehicle from this photo before after These three photos are from last fall when Dad was building the new deck. At this stage in the process the chipmunk lost his bolt hole.

More PSE 7 Lesson 11

Cropping From a ski lesson last year in Lake Louise Before After (Using Grid) Cookie Cutter With Mom at Niagara Falls Easter 2008 Before After Filters From the Train window near Washago Before Filter 80 Colour Curve Black & White From Niagara Easter 2008 Before After Skin Tone and Sharpen with Adjust Sharpness My sister and I with Grandparents (from a scanned photo) Before Skin Sharp

More PSE 7 lesson 10

I used the colour of one of the pink fishes to sign this photo from the London Zoo. Playing with a photo of Birdie bear sitting in the fall leaves

More PSE 7 Lesson 9

Played with the sunrise lesson. The background is the orange gradient with a radial gradient applied behind the dot of the i. I tried the text horizontally and vertically but it caught the light better in the blending for the grunge text when it moved diagonally.