Tuesday, June 7, 2016

More App Paintings


Tropical Storm Colin UPDATE... we are fine, we had high winds and 6 inches of rain, no flooding for us. There is serious flooding in other parts of our town and in Tampabay area.. Our old home in St Pete got 10 inches of rain and flooding, that is about 40 miles from us.

Since I was sitting in my living room with the tablet, I decided to visit my blog and grab a few pics and play with the app in the tablet on OLD photos... it is so easy to get photos from my blog.. Just push down and it ask if i want to post, save, share etc... I push Save and then PLAY

These paintings were done with the SuperPhoto App using photos of Hillsborough State Park that I took about 10 years ago


I emailed these from tablet to computer, have not tried to upload onto the blog from the tablet.

PS.... I am looking for an APP that will remove double and triple chins, so I can post my selfie shots... Let me know if you find one....


20 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

This is a good tip and I will use it! I think I used to do it, but was gone so long that I forgot. Now I will have FUN!! Yes indeedy! Oh my, these pictures look like a haunted forest! Or a forest painted by Salvador Dali! Ihis app, I just look on the app store for SuperPhoto? I am getting it!

Blogoratti said...

Looks like so much fun indeed, and a great app it seems. Thanks for sharing!

Mildred said...

How fun! Yes let us all know about an app for the removal of aging!

Madi and Mom said...

Thank goodness you are all dry and all you can see of Colin is his taillights.
Bravo bravo the photos are amazing and you are a whiz at them
Hugs Cecilia
PS I hope to be able to check in at least once a day probably at night.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I'm glad you were safe from the storms.

Jessi Lashakmitis said...

Cool looking pics, thanks for the share.
Rachel

photowannabe said...

This app is great. I really like the treatment. You are having so much fun and are very creative.
Honey really can taste different depending on where the honey comes from.
Clover honey is fairly standard.
Wildflower honey has more of a sweet weedy flavor.
Its lots of fun to taste the differences.

jandi said...

Such fun! Have a beautiful day!

jandi said...

Ps awesome images! Glad you were not affected!

rebecca haegele said...

I am looking for an app that can remove double and triple chins in real life too.

Debra Dickinson said...

I'm glad to read that you are safe and sound. 40 miles is not very far for Mother Nature. What great photo paintings! I am trying to switch from my laptop (which is ancient and dying) to my Surface tablet, but for the life of me I can't figure it out. And every time I go to "The Store", it tells me I don't have enough memory but my computer says I don't have any apps on it yet. You are an inspiration. Thanks Sandra! KOKO!

Ann said...

I need a tablet to play with. These are very cool. I'll keep an eye out for that app to remove all the unwanted stuff cuz I need it too...lol
I just may have to start looking at tablets because my laptop has been giving me problems and the last few days I can't even get in to it.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Good to hear you are safe. Cool pictures.

Felicia said...

LOL, learn to use photoshop and make yourself real skinny.

Mevely317 said...

LOL about the double chins! I'd be tickled pink with a smaller nose, myself.
Your first picture took me right back! ...
to an outdoors art festival I attended with my boss/friend in Tarpon Spgs. She bought a painting that appears, on first glance, to look just like this.
That was a happy day; thanks for resurrecting a memory!

Lois said...

How pretty! We got about 8 inches of rain up here in Tallahassee, not much wind. The sun was out today.

Linda said...

I'm so glad you are back to playing instead of surviving that weather!!

pattisjarrett said...

Glad to hear you are doing well and the storm has passed. Interesting look on your photos, like illustrations from a children's book of an imaginary place.

Denise inVA said...

Oh my gosh, those are great! Glad to hear you are okay after the storm. Was thinking about you and hoping all was well

Ida said...

Those are super cool looking. Love the last one. Glad to hear you are okay.