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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Toy Town

My dear friend Shini has posted a very cool photo editor, Tiltshift. You can play with the sliders and upload your final picture. And since I'm spending the day with my left foot elevated, it was a lovely way to play with some local scenery.
This image can turn into a miniature toy set:
If you have a strong vertical image, you may not need to tinker at all!
Remember the chainsaw artist in North Hoquiam?
I like this one a lot: the Lady Washington, docked at Westport.
I just had to play with this shiny picture of Roisin & HRM's hotrod.
The train tracks next to the Hoquiam River:
Just across the river, a train moves up the siding.
A crabbing dock outside Westport.

If anyone makes a cool picture, send it to me and I'll add it here!


Shinigami Kayo said...

oo thanks for the nod.
That first pick of the shipyard looks so much like my late fathers N-guage railway set. I thought that one over the rest was way up on my too cool I can't ignore list and have posted it as computer wallpaper.
Thanks !

mjs said...

How like a god you are, playing with Creation!

p.s. how about a pic of your foot? I hope and trust you are okay?


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