I love the large (probably more than 2 feet tall) mask hung in the hall outside the guest bedroom, but just last night I found the switch for the light highlighting it. Now I’m doubly in love with it.
‘Course, if you’re spooky about things that go bump in the night, you might not care much for the spirit outside the doorway of the guest room.
The sun streaming in on a highly polished tile made this picture very difficult. It was either too bright or too dark. So after I did basic cropping in Snapseed I imported it into iColorama.
After fiddling with it a little bit I used simplify followed by painterly and then one of the edges filters. You can still see the wee little doggie lying across two tiles, cooling off in the afternoon, but it is more art than photography.
The top picture is what I created using camera 360. I wanted to see what effect the cartoon feature would have on a complex ancient Native American ruin.
In the process of trying to see how I could emphasize the complexities of the structure using a cartoon feature, I got carried away with various color intensities and a new cloud sunset adjustment.
I am left with something that looks vaguely reminiscent of Mars combined with the Venus.
These days you really have to look at things to make sure that they are what they seem to be. Second is the original after being edited in Snapseed including cropping.