New York, New York...

Photography Photo Manipulation posted on Jun 11, 2017
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Start spreading the news - I'm leaving today... When I found this old shoe-box, hidden among some very old, well-kept hidden treasures, [mainly ancient 'handwritten' letters, no such thing as emails , or shoes - gawd forbid], I felt that time had come, to let go of such sentimental 'stuff' - perhaps not the letters, as yet ! [I'm such a procrastinator] maybe the shoe-box first ? or not... not until I had a 'little play' with that 'New York' image on the box first ! * * * In the words of Frankie Baby, "I want to wake up in that City that never sleeps..." maybe one day, can't wait to see it for myself...

Comments (16)


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jif3d 9:24PM | Sun, 11 June 2017

A shoe box ??? wow, they must have been a pair of very trippy shoes !...LOL

Yeah, I know, I know it's just the funky postwork effects...but you know me, always the comedian 😁 anyhow, it makes a great artwork and also a cool home for those old letters.

So neat work BB & ~Cheers~

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Faemike55 11:15PM | Sun, 11 June 2017

makes me think of the posters from the sixties - great work

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Jean_C 1:05AM | Mon, 12 June 2017

Very nice use of colors for these silhouettes, cool work, Brigitte!

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bmac62 1:10AM | Mon, 12 June 2017

Ooooo, love the colors, silhouettes, and familiar patterns.

This is my home away from home. Grew up just 20 miles east of there. We are going to visit up that way next October but are going to miss NYC since we are going to do a New England trip to visit a bunch of ancestors in scattered old cemeteries in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and on the eastern tip of Long Island, New York. Genealogy gets you going in odd directions.

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starship64 1:36AM | Mon, 12 June 2017

Beautiful work. The sky almost looks like water. Well, water with purple ripples. But the pattern kind of looks like a river.

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VDH 8:14AM | Mon, 12 June 2017

Original photo work !

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g1tip 10:18AM | Mon, 12 June 2017

This is really, really cool ! ! ! Love the skyline and all the color ! ! !

Believe me, I know about procrastination. Just ask the taxman !!! But, the thing with us procrastinators is that we always find a little forgotten treasure every time we rediscovered something old that's been out of site for years !!!! It's like Deja Vu all over again !!!!! Keep the memories but pitch the baggage, that's what I say !!!.

If you ever do make it to New York, go via Cincinnati and you can show me how you resuscitate wine ! ! ! ! !

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jayfar 3:12PM | Mon, 12 June 2017

A wonderful skyline Brigitte. I'm glad that I am not the only horder of 'precious things' !!!!

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auntietk 5:27PM | Mon, 12 June 2017

This makes for a terrific image! Brilliant!

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rbowen 2:35AM | Tue, 13 June 2017

Impressive and awesome!!!

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DukeNukem2005 5:44AM | Wed, 14 June 2017

It is very beautiful!

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wysiwig 9:26PM | Sat, 17 June 2017

A very cool graphic. My first impression was of an heart monitor.

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dochtersions Online Now! 11:28AM | Sun, 18 June 2017

Fantastic, BB-chen, for me this is as a storm at see, a really lively image, with great contrasting colours. You have the fantasy of a young girl, what you are of course 😅

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aksirp 11:19AM | Tue, 20 June 2017

superb graphic art and photo! - and so sorry, I think I am to late... HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! 🎉 Dear Brigitte, all the best to you and yours, stay health and happy and thank you for all kind comments and friendship! best priska

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flavia49 1:12PM | Sat, 24 June 2017

beautiful

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anahata.c 6:34PM | Mon, 24 July 2017

unlike Bill, I didn't grow up in NYCity, but I lived there several months, and visited it many times over a 5 or 6 year period. It's changed a lot since then, but it's still a stunning, crowded, maddening, brilliant, teeming place, and you caught its spirit in the skyline---esp with the statue of liberty on the left, seeming to protect it. You handled the pinks so well---they swirl out from the statue and then swirl back---really good design here. And the other end has a slate, muddy blue, in real contrast to the pinks. And 2 greens, also in real contrast to the pinks. Lots of flat colors here, real "print" stuff. This is a really strong image, Brigitte, and it upholds my sense that you're a really fine design artisi. All from a shoebox---bravo!

I'm at 40 minutes in your gallery (and 7 images, I think), so I have to move on. I have only a few left, to catch up; but I'll do that next time. I want to make some other visits before I step down tonight (or tomorrow), so I'll leave here for now. Great stuff---I'd seen all these, but I didn't comment on any of them. Terrific work and imagination. I hope all is well with you, as winter winds down. Hope you're doing well!

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