Description The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible.~Oscar WildeOdd how we do not always see what is before us. Having traveled this road a million times, I never noticed this old schoolhouse/church tucked away behind the trees, not even in the barren months when it would be highly visible. A friend and I could not come to the decision as to whether this was once an old schoolhouse or a church, there were no markings but a stone with the date 1880 in the corner of the foundation. It held a sense of mystery with the fruitful Rhododendron bush growing to cover the entrance.Photographed between Rio and Forestburgh, New York, USA.Layers and textures used to compose the image in Photoshop.Textures courtesy of LostandTaken.com
Pamela Phelps, Greenfield Park Member Since March 2013 Artist Statement Welcome to Pine Singer Images
Welcome to Pine Singer Images
Pamela is a healer and a mentor. She strives to portray healing, serene, and inspirational visions and scenes, through her artworks created beginning with a photograph and transformed further with effects, layers, textures, and various alterations.
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