Friday, October 13, 2006

Pixelizationage

Rendering by Kilroy_60
I was going to work further on this rendering, but the computer on which the software is installed went down in flames today. I don't have Friday the 13th "issues", it does though seem, somehow, ironic...

10 comments:

Pauline said...

Just popped in to say hello - and ask what year you were in Amish Countyr?

The Wandering Author said...

I really don't believe in Friday the 13th, but it is one of those things that make you think, isn't it. Somewhat like the incident I posted about a few days ago involving fighter jets...

Mother of Invention said...

hmmm..Part of the unexplained! I'm thinkin' Fri. 13th had issues with your computer!!!

Anonymous said...

Hmm... what is that buliding. It looks so familiar but I can't place it. I know I saw something familiar to it in the movie the Departed recently but I don't think that it, actually I'm sure it isn't. Please let me know. Curious minds you know! ~M

Old Lady said...

My mother was an artist. Some of her best work was a goof.

GrizzBabe said...

I'm beginning to think you are a sort of renaissance man.

Kilroy_60 said...

Let me know, Pauline, if you come back to check on an answer. I think the first time I was to Pennsylvani's Amish Country was around 1970.

I'll be wandering on over to see you soon Wandering Author. I've had some maintence to take care of...blasted Blogger Archive Hell!

I think, Mother of Invention, that I may have tempted fate just a bit too much with my post of Thursday the 12th.

myhearthurts, It's the West Virgina state capital. If you look back at the November, '05 posts you'll see the original photograph. I relocated that post from the old blogspot today.

I'm afraid Goof applies in my case, Old Lady,but I'm not in the universe of being an artist.

You are generous, GrizzBabe. At least now I know how to spell renaissance.

Aloha_50 said...

I must have lucked out when I posted Friday the 13th. I hope you can finish this picture. The building is really cool.

Annelisa said...

:-D Is this the same computer you have problems with later? And you, em.. didn't learn anything from this crash?
Still, at least you know the Geeks now... maybe they could help you with your memory problem :-)

red-dirt-girl said...

Even incomplete, this has appeal: I like the contrast between the realistic rendering of the foliage against the pixilation of the sky......not all things must be 'perfect' to have value or be meaningful....leave it as is and it begins to speak about the relationship of technology/man to the natural world..........but then again what do I know??? Sometimes I dont' even get what's coming out of my head....LOL!
-rdg