Painted Graphics: Remembering an Epic Sunset

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My version of an epic sunset to remember – K’lee L. © 2015

It was about an hour in the making; this sunset. It’s a great feeling being at the ocean and seeing lots of people I don’t know, sharing a desire to witness Mother Nature doing what she does best; hypnotizing we humans with a celestial showcase unlike anything I’ve seen in- well, maybe ever…

As is my wont, and as an unofficial ‘part two’ to yesterday’s very first ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’, I decided to post another of my ‘painted graphics’.

Why not add the original shot as well? In this case and in most others, it’s simply to create the suggestion of the original, to create a space for the imagination to ‘fill in’ what the eyes know should and could be in the image.

Besides, this will also allow me to use the original photo for some other experiment!

K’lee L. © 2016

17 thoughts on “Painted Graphics: Remembering an Epic Sunset

        1. No bed linen sets yet, but they do make duvets from your art, which to me is pretty cool. Check out the links at the top of my main page… You might see something you like!


          1. I actually meant duvet covers, but I have learnt from talking to Rhonda that we (the UK and US) have too many confusingly different terms for bedding (we don’t use the term “comforter” over here, for instance) that I thought I’d go with a more generic term, “bed linen”, which means pretty much anything bed covering-related. And even that didn’t work, hahaha.

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          2. No, it’s true. There are lots of words, terms, and phrases with very different meanings in the States vs, England. I heard a man telling a story about visiting London for the first time with his children. They were in the underground and the daughter noticed the sign: ‘Mind your head’. She couldn’t figure out it was the same as ‘watch your head’ in the States until her father told her. ‘Bed linen’ to me means sheets and pillow cases, but that’s just me. You could ask ten different people from different locales here in the States and you’ll get ten different interpretations.

            Hey, this topic could make an interesting challenge?

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          3. Why? Once upon a time in some places you weren’t allowed to suggest the earth was round… it’s all in the interpretation… Do it with enough panache and the masses might call you genius?


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