Sunday, 20 January 2013

TAKE A WORD

Natural Wrinkles


Our word for inspiration at Take a Word this week is WRINKLES and that really made me think!



Beautiful Wrinkles


Credit to JoesSistah (Flickr) and Holliewood Studios (Deviantscrap), whilst the pensive lady is a photo I took in a Turkish market.

Thank you for looking.


16 comments:

peggy gatto said...

I adore your lady, she is so beautiful!!!

Ozstuff said...

They are both superb, Ann. What a great photo from your own album and what a beautiful artpiece of wrinkled elephants in a gorgeous wrinkled background. Standing O from me.

WrightStuff said...

Both great pieces but I adore the elephant collage - so much to look it, it really draws your eye in.

Yvonne said...

The wrinkles in the elephants are so vivid, I love it! Your pic taken in Turkey is also fabulous, Ann!

Kaylene said...

beautiful edits, such clarity.

indybev said...

Both are great, Ann....and those grapes look as if I could reach out and pick them! Beautifully done!

Christine said...

What an extraordinary composition you did in the first one, Ann. Gorgeous! The second is precious mainly because of the beautiful photo you took. Bravo!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Both your entries are fabulous. Excellent choices and beautifully presented.

Junibears said...

Fabulous pictures Ann. to think we all start smooth as a grape and finish up like a raisin! LOL! xx

Lizbethem said...

A double wrinkly treat, Ann! Your white elephants are gorgeous but I do prefer the cool photo you took. (I'm laughing at June's quip, which is so true)xx

johanna said...

great idea with the elephant wrinkles! but i love the woman, too!

linda said...

THese are both wonderful pieces! What a great face!

Grannie Annie said...

Love the blending of patterns texture and color in both of these...exquisite work! My favorite is the beautiful surrealism of the white elephant...the white seems to bring out his wrinkles even more...back flips my dear back flips!

greglis said...

Beautiful work art !
Pozdrawiam :)
Greglis

Liz said...

Fabulous pieces both. I love the layers on the elephant piece and the fact they are on a pattered floor, but the Turkish lady is truly beautiful.

Sim said...

Magistral work again dear Ann!
You're a so talented lady!
Both are...
Hooooooowesome!
( Hihihi, I love when I play with english words... Because I'm not so good, so I'm a little proud... Krkrkr!)