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Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting, get understanding....Proverbs 4:7
Things look monochrome
Except the gold bus turning
On a corner of the road,
Driving students home,
With books to unload
After a day of learning!
Their principal is demanding,
Wisdom and understanding.
Poetry by me, AJP
I got inspired from John Linton's site and decided to make the school bus the primary color in a scene otherwise converted into black and white. Please read his interesting photo essay on selective color in the link below the text box.
I did it the lazy way since I don't have picnik software, I converted one picture into monochrome, placed it over the colored version and then erased around the bus to bring the gold color out. My method is probably not the best and perhaps should have turned the corner to get wisdom and understanding:)
Just as we drove past the school bus I saw where the driver had dropped off a little girl with her books and her Mom was waiting for her with a beautiful smile on her face in front of their house....I just wished I had reacted quickly enough to capture that sweet moment in time with my camera....Fast fleeting moments are really fun to capture sometimes.
Also by Andrea Petersen
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