Tag Archives: design
Today I cut a wedge out of the collage of mariposa lily macro components. It is easier to create wedges of different dimensions in Illustrator, but I used what Photoshop offers in this case. It is fun to play with … Continue reading
This is the fourth and final result from my Photoshop experimentations with the same three photos posted on January 8 and 9. It is an invitation into an enchanting, phantasmagorical world of turquoise light. Give your imagination free rein.
Fall is over, whether officially or not. Snow has begun to cover the mountains and the plains with a cold, white cover. It is beautiful to look at, but hard to walk in especially when there is ice underneath. This … Continue reading
As we drove into the backcountry outside of Dakar, Senegal, we saw this mosque standing tall amid poverty and telephone or electric wires. As you can see, the design and surroundings are quite different from those in our earlier African … Continue reading
This photo shows a pretty design of tiny, red leaves peeking out above the snow. See other photos of Colorado Winter in the Gallery.
Muslims are required to perform ritual purification by washing their feet, hands, face, head, and ears before prayer. Down a flight of stairs in the Hassam II mosque in Casablanca, Morocco, we entered the ablution room. It is a very … Continue reading
The mosque of Hassam II in Casablanca, Morocco, is a gallery of wonderful architecture and design. The approach to the mosque is across an expansive, patterned, marble plaza with archways and mosaic fountains. Doors are immense and ornamented with intricate, … Continue reading
The walls and ceilings of Tunisian buildings are covered with decoration. Colorful tiles, mosaics, murals and carvings grace the spaces. The first photo shows the detailed artistry that is applied to every architectural feature. The second photo is of a … Continue reading