Thanksgiving 2020 - a photo I took at the lake and the dock on a cold, misty morning. I used a solarizing filter during processing to add the the starkness before my eyes. You can view it here:
Cosmos Leaves - delicate and feathery and so beautiful. Backlit by the sun and then solarized in ColorEfex to abstract those wonderful leaves.
📷 After an all-night rain, about 7:15, sipping coffee in the car, watching the sky change as the sun came up and broke through.
Aretha's Franklin's "Freeway of Love" played loud on the FM.
📷 The Nandina domestica outside my window today at 2:44 PM.
"Heavenly Bamboo" is invasive and the berries are poisonous. I used to dig it up every year or so, but am not able to now. It's purty though.
📷 "Stop" | Heavy rain, thunder and lightning this morning at 6:55. Sitting in the #WaffeHouse parking lot sipping coffee, I snapped this through the windshield.
#Obsidian sé que tiene mucho potencial y hace cosas maravillosas. Está basada en archivos de texto plano con markdown, lo cual me parece formidable. Pero es a la vez la que en principio parece más difícil de entender.
Me gusta que tiene el tema #solarized de @ethanschoonover que es la mejor paleta de colores para gente como yo que se cansa de los fondos oscuros con letras blancas. Se los recomiendo. https://ethanschoonover.com/solarized/
2nd image from the snowstorm, this one I really couldn't see clearly when shooting. But it was nicely minimal so I solarized it in ColorEfex and rather like the abstract feeling...
"...if we enter into the spirit of a thing, we reproduce in ourselves the same quality of life which called that thing into existence..." T.T. Captured on Thanksgiving Day. I solarized the image to enhance that surreal landscape. It's here: https://pixels.com/featured/thanksgiving-2020-renata-natale.html
#Art #ArtMatters #AYearForArt #solarized #photo #MastoArt #docks #fog #mystical #feedyoursoul #attitudeofgratitude
What's the latest and greatest version of the #solarized light theme for terminals?
In https://codeberg.org/dnkl/foot/pulls/1003, we've discovered lots of differences between #foots current theme definition and the ones in http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized/files/solarized.zip
I'm back on #solarized again, but with a twist.
I replaced the 8 bright colors in my terminal color scheme (which in solarized aren't really "bright" colors) with brightened variants of the 8 base colors.
I find this makes unsolarized applications look better.
Editors etc use 24-bit color schemes anyway, meaning I get the full solarized experience even with a butchered terminal color scheme.