Endless Rivers

of Hope

Devote yourself to an idea. Go make it happen. Struggle on it. Overcome your fears. Don’t you forget: this is your dream.

Read, read, read… I’ve been doing that a lot to learn new techniques in Photoshop.

And I’m back to my sketchy images. The featured image is Bricktown, Oklahoma City. I took this during the road trip with my son. I absolutely LOVE brick, so I must say that I really enjoyed this place!

Anyway, I thought this was a great photograph for a sketch. I really like the baby blues, and slightly turquoise tones that seem to pop out at you. I also thought it was a good day to share some positive thoughts. I enjoy anything that drowns out doubt, and reinforces positive thinking.

Courage is fear that has said its prayers.

“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” -Winston Churchill

5 thoughts on “A Ton of Bricks

  1. Gilberto says:

    DOuble wow.

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  2. Beautiful! I always find your blog inspiring. I am going to reboot my old Photoshop aps and start experimenting. Over Christmas, I sent photos of houses to people on Etsy, and they did what you did to this photo, and sometimes added actual paint, etc., on top of the image. You could do that as a side business. 💕

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    1. Janet says:

      Oh wow! That sounds like a good business. Thank you, that gives me all kinds of ideas… 😁❤

      Liked by 1 person

  3. @vapor_sage says:

    I like it, the effect makes it look like a painting

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Janet says:

      Thank you. Good…that is kinda what I was hoping for. 😁

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