I wasn’t going to attempt this week’s prompt from WordPress, then I got playing with a sketch app, and transformed an image from yesterday….. Sort of fits the theme, as it creates a totally different mood to the original – this version could be post apocalyptic?



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  1. That worked well, Sue.
    Suitably transmogrified!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. This is a great image, Sue. And ambiguous too in terms of mood, depending on one’s disposition. Well played, that woman!

  3. Very interesting! Thanks for taking this to a new level.

  4. I want, of course, to know what app, and to see before and after! Dark and light is powerful, and so are the two figures and the line of lights on the ceiling.

  5. I’m with Meg. I always like to see both images. So we have editing as transmogrification? That works for me.


  6. I love the effect and agree with Tish that it could vary a great deal with the mood. I feel a stepping out into the light and freedom.

  7. Allan G. Smorra

    Seasonal and on point for the challenge, Sue.

  8. That’s a clever way to take on the challenge. I’m still thinking about mine 🙂

  9. Pingback: Transmogrify: This is the Sea | What's (in) the picture?

  10. I couldn’t say if you’ve got it right because I have no idea what the word means:-)

  11. I do like that effect. 🙂 Not much time to play right now but as these dark nights pull in 😦

  12. I like the effect Sue. Camera App, or software on the computer?

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