Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Three Muses Challenge - Transportation

The background here is by Itkupilli, Deviant Scrap.  The photo in the foreground is my father, aged four,  He lived another 98 years, passing away in 1996 at the age of 102.  I used some digital software magic to transform a very faded sepia photo to give him a new look.

15 comments:

  1. Marie, it's incredible that you have such a wonderful photo of your father!
    Incredible too that he was still with you at the age of 102!!
    He was a very handsome boy, and the work you've done is spectacular!!

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  2. Wow! Fantastic work with the photo! A fine looking young man. I'm hoping I make it to 65!!!

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  3. You did a brilliant job of tinting that old photo, Marie. This is just amazing, and the background is perfect. Beautiful work!!!

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  4. Great image and so nice to have your father in it!!!

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  5. Real treasure, Marie. Just gorgeous work and wonderful photo of your long lived father.

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  6. Marie this is so beautiful it is like a trip back in time the picture works so well with the background...superb work.

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  7. Marie, this is so sweet.I lost my father when he was 58. Sometimes I find myself wondering how life would have been if he had lived longer.I still have mum with me. She's my treasure.Great tribute, my friend!

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  8. what a wonderful tribute, he would be very proud to see this!! oh my, you have many years ahead if you have his genes!

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  9. Such a perfect photo Marie and you've done a wonderful job cleaning it up, tinting and putting it on a fantastic background. Superb! xx

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  10. You have done it such justice, Marie, it's definitely a keeper.

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  11. Wonderful background for the sweet boy on his bicycle Marie, it all fits so perfect together.
    Anni

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  12. This is incredible Marie, it has such an air of magic to it!

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  13. Tis is stunning,
    love the wonderful photo!

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  14. I LOVE the photograph of your father, and the marvelous way you incorporated him into your digital collage. Blessings!

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