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This week I designed some stationery using some macro photos I took while hiking through the snow towards Fox creek last winter in Rainier,Oregon. Using Paint.net, I transposed a semi transparent layer of white over the photos in order to create a writing area. I love these pictures, every time I look at them I see something new. They make a beautiful stationery.

imagination flowing stationery

This stationary features a macro photo of melting snow as it floods a forested trail, rippling and glistening in the sun as it flows down the foliage strewn path toward fox creek. Interesting patterns of light and shadow, along with varying leaf colors and shapes mix and blend, stirring the imagination. In the eye of the beholder, and with layers of meaning there are unexplored possibilities, untold stories and images of hidden faces, inviting the viewer to return again and again to focus and ponder what new things they can see.

imagination flowing #2 stationery

Almost like a game of I spy, this stationary featuring one of my macro photos of water from melting snow flowing over a forested trail sparks the imagination with hidden pictures in the abstract patterns withing the fallen foliage and the reflections of the water flowing over them. As the sun glistens and sparkles in the reflections in the melting snow water moving over the golden bronze forest detritus, layers of interesting patterns and shapes appear. I spy a star, a heart, a down-turned face with a “feather” in his cap, an eagle or falcon in it’s nest, a humming bird, and the figure of a man on a boat to name a few. Each time I look at this shot I see something new hiding in the wet leaves. I originally intended this photo to be seen horizontally, but try turning it in different directions and see where your imagination takes you…

imagination flowing #2 by dlmtleArt
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imagination flowing print

Melting snow floods a forested trail, rippling and glistening in the sun as it flows down the foliage strewn path toward fox creek. Interesting patterns of light and shadow, along with varying leaf colors and shapes mix and blend, stirring the imagination. In the eye of the beholder, and with layers of meaning there are unexplored possibilities, untold stories and images of hidden faces, inviting the viewer to return again and again to focus and ponder what new things they can see.

imagination flowing #2 print

Almost like a game of I spy, this macro photo of water from melting snow flowing over a forested trail sparks the imagination with hidden pictures. As the sun glistens and sparkles in the reflections in the water moving over the golden bronze forest detritus, layers of interesting patterns and shapes appear. I spy a star, a heart, a downturned face with a “feather” in his cap, an eagle or falcon in it’s nest, a humming bird, and the figure of a man on a boat to name a few. Each time I look at this shot I see something new hiding in the wet leaves.

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The autumn sun shines in the fall sky , creating visible rays of light as it streams through the forest canopy.

Autumn Sun Rays #43 print
Autumn Sun Rays #43 by dlmtleArt
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The bright autumn sun glows through the Oregon forest.

The autumn sun illuminates two clumps of maple “helicopters” hanging translucently in the air in front of a green forested background.

Maple leaves illuminated by the autumn sun reach upwards towards the softly focused drooping cedar greenery glistening with sunlit raindrops.

A lone cedar branch, glistening with drops of rain in the autumn sun, points like an old wizened finger towards a raindrop hanging in the air surrounded by the softly focused background full of fall foliage. A solitary strand of a spider web traverses from the branch and beyond the raindrop as it shines in the sun.

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