Friday, May 9, 2008


"duck.flight"

Lisa duck's photograph - roasted and chewed. No shotgun pellets, but in a barrell humting, more humane for moi. Ms Painted with some Photo Manager alterations and overlays.

I am installing PhotoShop tonight and will redo the lost luggage challenge - ready to fly like a plump duck.

6 comments:

Frances said...

success. you are flushed.
What decoy brought you out into the open?
Was about to say this reminds me of Lisa's autumn shoot - luckily your comments are in a dastartling popup and I noticed Lisa peeping round the corner of the box... ah me. hopeless. I am not as clever as I hoped...

Anonymous said...

There is something spinning about this one ....

ringo

Lisa Sarsfield said...

Loving the intense colours, very warm and extra autumny. The texture of the grasses and reeds look wonderful here. Must be the extra roasting.

My name reads Lisa Ducks....hehe. Don't tell snake if he likes to eat ducks!

Thanks for the link to the NZ birds..will check it out:) It's a not of a worry when some-one in NY identifies the bird before some one who lives up the road from it...my bad!

ireentje said...

I really does look like you roasted that duck quite hard. I am sure it is as tasty as it looks. Is it done yet?

I like this very much, love how you made it look so luminous, as if it really is on fire, it feels hot!

Mmm, I wonder how it would look on Word Press?

Bobbie said...

This sliced and diced version of Lisa's work is evocative of the pair of mallards that didn't fly. So strange she is having fall while we are moving into summer. In any case I love duck.flight. Keep 'em coming!

Malcom said...

It will not succeed in reality, that's exactly what I think.
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