Project Alicia : Wordless Wednesday: Seeing Circles?

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Seeing Circles?

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Turn your own ordinary photo into a work of art. You can find the tutorial to make a one of a kind circle over at Ramblings and Photos by Ashley Sisk.

Happy Wordless Wednesday!
As always, so nice of you to stop by. If you have a photo to share, just link up below. And make sure to stop by some of these other fab WW blogs.

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57 comments:

  1. My friend showed me how to do it and I saw it over at several blogs before. Been meaning to try it... =)

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  2. This is too cool! Love your picture! Going to have to give that a try some day soon.

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  3. Did you take that with a fish eye?So beautiful Lisha

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  4. I'll never try this because it's not my forte..
    BUT...
    I love your work. You are such a talent :)
    Happy WW Lish!

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  5. Looks like your looking at a reflection on ice in a well or a reflection in a skylight. Pretty cool!

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  6. Soooo beautiful! I love this pic. My WW is kind-of nature-y too, but def. not as cool as this!

    Happy WW!!!

    Best,
    Li
    @LaLicenciada
    @HerDeepThoughts

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  7. Cool! I would need more than a tut for me ;)
    you have a natural eye for beauty.

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  8. Your photo is amazing! Thanks for the shout out my friend!

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  9. That is such a cool photo! I'm totally going to check out that tutorial as soon as my out-of-town guest leaves. :)

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  10. This is so cool and I love how it is going to force me to look at everything a little differently and try to see the beauty in everything.

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  11. Hey lish! big hugs! I needed a wordless wednesday! :) Alex

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  12. Thanks for adding my button!

    That's on pretty photo. You should sell cards of them :)

    Dagmar
    Dagmar's momsense

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  13. great job! I did see this on Ashley's blog and I had wanted to try it out but haven't gotten around to doing it yet. Yours turned out really well.

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  14. Ooh very cool, will have to check it out! :)

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  15. I haven't done a faux world in a long time, but you've given me the nudge I needed! This turned out really nice!

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  16. that's a brilliant image... i ahve it as my wallpaper for the day :)

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  17. It reminds me of something from Unfortunate Events. It's really cool!

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  18. Aaaaaamazing. Yet again, you've inspired me.

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  19. For real, you are SO cool and artistic!!

    ~Mimi

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  20. Nice effect with the circular transform. The originally looks like it quite interesting as well.

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  21. Great job, Ashley! I'd like to see the original beside it.

    Thanks for the linky.

    Blessings,
    PK
    http://kneedeepingrace.com

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  22. Hi Lish, the photos on my WW are not mine, but taken from news sources, as we in New Zealand are in shock over the devastation in Christchurch, a massive earthquake, the 2nd in six months. I am sending up my prayers for those still trapped (around 300 people still missing) and their familes. Please join us and pray for miracles.
    x

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  23. This is pretty darned interesting - I could stare at it for a long time and not lose interest.

    (And I'll join Simoney in prayer for those in NZ).

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  24. That picture is insanely awesome yet makes my brain hurt all at the same time. :)

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  25. Thanks for hosting! I love your circle photo!!

    -Brenda

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  26. Another fantastic photo. I just love your creativity. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  27. I saw that tutorial the other day! Kinda has an Alice in Wonderland feel! It's looks soooooooo cool!

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  28. That is so cool! It looks like you're looking up from a well. I am definitely going to check out that tutorial to see how to replicate something like this.

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  29. that is really neat. i for sure need to try it out although i don't think i have any photos that will turn out as well as yours did. i love the tree. although it just reminds me of how cold and wintery it is outside. man, am i ready for spring!

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  30. Thanks for hosting. Your photo is really terrific.

    thanks for sharing
    http://kidswonderart.blogspot.com

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  31. That picture is so awesome! I love it and will have to go see if I can figure out how to do that.

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  32. I can't wait to check out the tutorial. That photo needs to be blown up and printed on a canvas. gorgeous.

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  33. Wow, this is my pic of the day! Super rad! Reminds me of the movie Big Fish, which I loved:)

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  34. Awesome photography . . . as usual :)

    Have a wonderful Wedneday . . . Gina

    Gina's Wordless Wednesday

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  35. Awesomely cool...but...okay, I can't lie, it made me think of "The Ring" when I first glimpsed it. Which creeped me out a bit but then I remembered that this YOU, and you're not creepy. :-)

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  36. Oooh-I love this effect! I remember seeing Ashleys take on this a while back and I meant to try it out but then forgot..I am totally doing it right now though!

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  37. This looks like it should be on the cover of a dark fairy tale.

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  38. That is so cool! Love the grain too!

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