My webpage (inc. awards, upcoming events, etc.)

Friday, April 10, 2009

Digital Bird Art

For fun, I made kaleidoscopic images from some of my bird photos. I don't like them as much as the others (there's less details, of course,) but I thought I'd share them, anyway. I recommend clicking for larger images.

Chipping sparrow.

Crow.

Blue jay.

Cardinal.

Indigo bunting.

10 comments:

Dave Coulter said...

Very cool! Hey, send some of those buntings up here, eh? :)

Sidney said...

Wow, those are incredible!

Charles Gramlich said...

Neato. Love the cardinals and buntings the best.

ioivan@creativewriting.ca said...

Strong math sense.
Right back to math history.

I have seen those patterns before.
Poitcarre or somebody.

Lynda Lehmann said...

Very creative, Lana! They make nice kaleidoscopic patterns.

Lana Gramlich said...

Dave; Thanks! I've tried to send some buntings your way, but where they go from here, I can't say...

Sidney & Lynda; Thank you kindly!

Charles; Not as much as I love you.

Ivan; I really appreciate the "art" applications of math. Fractals, in particular, intrigue the heck out of me.

ivan@creativewriting.ca said...

Yes. Fractals. That's what I meant to say.

Shauna Roberts said...

I love these! They're like stained glass windows.

Doson said...

Wonderful, I couldn't recognize there were sparrows, crows indigo etc.. at first.
I decided to look carefully & then I found out why ya named it as crow, blue jay etc...

Lana Gramlich said...

Ivan; Yes, math is an impressive thing!

Shauna; Thank you. :)

Skippy; I figured that most people won't be looking at the full-sized images, which was why I included what kind of bird they are. Thanks!

Related Posts with Thumbnails