8 thoughts on “Sparkly

    • mewanchuk says:

      Why thank you, Peter!

      I am, of course, partial to the B&W version…but “The Producer” made me post the color one as well.

      (and by “made me” I mean “suggested to me in that way that she does”).



  1. andygemmell says:

    Agree with Peter….very classical. Was the producer involved or was this your big break into creativity?? πŸ™‚

    • mewanchuk says:

      C’mon Andy…you know me better than that.


      (BTW: Drinking some wine, and “The producer” is currently laughing her a&$ off).


      • andygemmell says:

        You probably gathered I was being encouraging to you. But it had that look to it….your big break will come one day :-)…

  2. greg g says:

    I’m pretty sure that the Copernican Guide to Astrophotography recommends quite clearly that when photographing the heavenly swirls and spheres in a square format, especially using the metaphor of an infant female child, it is always preferred to use black and white processes… oh wait, the fine print (it’s always the fine print, eh?) says except when the “producer” demands otherwise. Apparently, even Polish mathematicians understood that equation. πŸ˜‰

    Beautiful image, but no offense to Mom, I do prefer the B&W where the geometry is clearer.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks Greg,

      Sage advice…even from a few hundred years ago!


      In truth, The Producer is starting to prefer the B&W version too.

      (I think there may even be a Christmas card in the works…)


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