Last night I took several pictures of the Harvest Moon rising into the eastern view from the Treehouse Senior Apartments. I was lazy and shot them handheld with a crazy high ISO. The results were too noisy to stand alone as astronomically representative images, so I introduced the images to a few of my older and newer Apps.
Because I used combinations of different Apps, I will just make a list at the bottom of the page of all that I remember using during several fun filled hours playing with my toys last night.
If you see any you like, feel free to take a copy. Or you can just enjoy them. I enjoyed having the opportunity and tools to make engaging compilations with Apps and my photographs.
I feel too good to rant politically today. Besides, if someone hasn’t figured out the difference between an experienced public servant and an opportunistic con man, they need to turn off their TV, radio, and internet browser.
Read, “It Can’t Happen Here” by Upton Sinclair and perhaps it will help you understand the process and mechanics of how groups of people can be persuaded to abandon logic, reason and morality.
I expect you are enjoying this adventure in Harvest Moon image treatments and are glad that this post is primarily focused on fun photos. I limited expressing my horror of this fearful stupidity that has infected over half of republicans.
While making an apple pie a few minutes ago, I turned on one of the Pandora radio channels I put together over the years. It was originally based on Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, but enough of my ‘likes’ over time have altered it to choose mostly tenor sax players playing notes that matter with smooth tonality while accompanied by piano, bass and drums.
I hear and appreciate the original artists who have been often imitated and respectfully copied by later musicians. To my ear there is nothing like the completeness presented by the real thing. No unneeded flourishes. Every note honored with the intention and taste that drove each gifted musician to enjoy the experience of playing their very best.
So, enough images are here. It is time to roll the credits:
Photos, Intensify, Photoscape-X, Collageshine Pro, Photo Artista, FX Photo Studio Pro, Super Eraser, Amazing Effects, Image Tricks Pro, Noiseless, Polarr Photo Editor, Fontography, Lucid Exposure, and a few other programs that I use to make prints look good to me.
I hope you enjoyed the Harvest Moon. It is still appearing nightly for a few encores.