Aurora Crystal Moonscape abstract

 
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Aurora Crystal Moonscape
initially worked on November 2004, left and then completed 19 January 2006.

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Guest - Jan 23, 2006 12:25 PM EDT
thankyou Madeson, good to see you here : )
Guest - Jan 22, 2006 01:41 PM EDT
another great design,like the colors in the crystal.
Guest - Jan 21, 2006 11:07 AM EDT
thanks very much Carol and Mary S from Kent, England. Would love to visit the Waterford glass/crystal factory!
Guest - Jan 21, 2006 08:31 AM EDT
This is wonderful- so much to see and so light. My Dad is from Waterford and I loved going round the glass factory there to watch the work on glass. This reminded me of it immediately.
Guest - Jan 20, 2006 06:03 PM EDT
Lovely colors and design. Great Job. Carol
Guest - Jan 20, 2006 12:09 PM EDT
Thankyou, Chloegirl, comments appreciated : ) Well, it's a long time ago since I started this one, back in November 2004, but it began with a macro of a crystal ornament which I worked on quite a lot at that time, can't recall exactly now what I did to it back then, but use of filters of course, in PSP 8 or 9. Then left it for over a year and ret'd to it recently. I had a real jag of doing these abstracts at that time, and there are several on my gallery. But haven't worked on them further for sometime. Due to lack of items to take pics of at this time of year, decided to resurrect some of my earlier efforts : ) Yesterday I started working on this one again, with PSP X now, and with the new filters was able to sharpen the crystal effect and came up with this, along with several other versions : ) Am happy to have started this again, as do love creating these images. Thank you for your interest
Guest - Jan 20, 2006 10:45 AM EDT
What a gorgeous image Alandra!!! How did you do this?

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