Found this digital painting while i was looking through the archive. It’s an edited image of the ‘Bergkerk’ (Mountain Church) in Deventer. But as we don’t know real mountains in the Netherlands, i’ve dubbed this the Church on the Hill 🙂
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Wish you all a lovely weekend!
After seeing Mitza’s beautiful painting i couldn’t resist creating some ‘drawings’ myself, while using phtoos of the city of Deventer only.
Tried a lot of different layers and effects, which was fun to do. It is incredible how sophisticated today’s software is.. i wish you all an inspiring and creative weekend!
Some of you might wonder, why I chose these words for my post. It’s very simple: for me to draw or not to draw is nearly the same like to be or not to be. Being born highly sensitive life doesn’t always have bright sides to look at but on the other hand highly sensitive […]
Honored to have a photo of mine drawn by Mitza.. check out her beautiful work!
My entry for this weeks Monochrome Madness hosted by Leanne Cole (http://leannecole.com.au/blog)
Two towers of a church in Deventer
Since last week 20 of my images are in an exposition at the office i work in Deventer. Very cool to see all these images come alive. As i could do the selection, i choose a variety of work. Some edited with photoshop and others from the time i first started to really do photographing. Wanted to show you ladies and gentlemen the photographs. The above image is the actual setting. Below is a gallery with all 20 photographs. You may recognize some of them, as i’ve posted them before.
Let me know what you think of the collection 🙂
Yesterday my parents and i visited the city of Deventer. It’s a lovely old Hanze city with lots of small narrow streets with nice and peculiar shops. As there will be a festival next week which focuses on height. It’s called Deventer on Stilts and I’m pretty sure thats why these umbrellas are hanging all over the city. And with the rainy weather of yesterday the people ‘on ground level’ also used the umbrellas. Nice complementary work by these supporting actors 😉