Wednesday, December 24, 2008

EMPS #17: Holiday Greetings

"There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs."

-Ansel Adams

I thought it would be fun to play along with everyone else this week, so, here is my entry for the EMPS. This is a photo gone way wrong. LOL. But it has a fun quality to it that I am proud of in a weird way. I find it visually appealing, so I thought I would post it and see what all of you think. :) Feel free to play art critic, tell me what you think. Good photo? Bad photo?

And now my Holiday Haiku...

A Prayer Before Christmas (Haiku)
By Me :)

Lights Dancing Like Stars
A Prayer For Peace On Earth
Peace Begins With Love

Have you done your Monday Photo Shoot Assignment yet? If not, you have until next Sunday evening at 9:00 PM ET to play along. You can get the assignment here.

Don't forget to come by later tonight to see Dylan and Hendrix's Christmas greeting. See you later tonight!

-Carly
"Peace On Earth"
Berkeley, California
December 2008

10 comments:

Terri said...

It's very playful and colorful and fun! It would be fun to guess what it is. It's like a laser light show!

Liz said...

I see wishes waiting to be captured and gathered in to create a light that moves through time. Your photograph has a dreamlike quality that is almost hypnotising and the haiku accompanies it perfectly.

Jama said...

This is so interesting, how did you did it?
Let me see what I can come out with this challenge, usually I'm the lazy one when it comes to editing.

Jama said...

Merry Christmas, Carly!

~ L said...

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year Carly!

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

That is a beautiful picture! We are wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year!

Kitties, I'm sure Santa Claws will bring you two cuties everything on your list!

Mike said...

I like it! It reminds me of fiber optic lights, or something.

Merry Christmas!

Florinda said...

I like that picture! Merry Christmas, Carly!

Suzanne R said...

Stunning picture, Carly, and it mystifies me as to how you achieved it. A unique and perfect card. Very nice haiku, too -- Merry Christmas to you, Alan and the kitties!

Karen Funk Blocher said...

That is so brilliant
I'd love to know how you made
Your lovely mistake!