K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Selfie!

double exposure, selfie graphics

two sides of the same Self-ie

Good morning Monday and to all of you currently engaged in your own version of Monday. Good morning also goes out to the brand new ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’.

This one, given on Friday to us by my buddy Dale, has to do with :


Now, I know what you’re thinking. Selfies, we know them, we see lots- well people like me who live in heavily populated areas see lots of folks taking them- especially the ones that involve … sticks… yeah.

Thankfully, our challenges allow for wide open levels of creativity. You can define our challenges in whatever way you want- it’s really up to you. You can even use a selfie stick if you want. It’s allowed.


KG created  several awesome images for the challenge. Check them out here

Want to see what Sue came up with? Check this out

I figured I’d go with another of my experiments, a ‘painted graphic based on a photo taken last year or so in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. I gave it a ‘double exposure’ effect because I have twins in my family… good reason, right?

Considering joining in the challenge? It’s not too hard. Create your post with a title similar to the one you see on this one or the one you’ll find on Dale’s site today. You can ‘pingback’ your post by copying the URL of your post and pasting it into the comment section of either Dale’s challenge post or this post, oh and lastly, be sure to add the tag #CosPhoChal to your list of tags. That makes it easy for us to find you.

K’lee L. © 2016



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