The Goose Lady of Lake Murray
I go for a walk or bike ride each day as a way to force me to get out from behind the computer. One of the places that I enjoy going is Lake Murray, which is part of the huge Mission Trails Regional Park:
It’s a very popular place for walkers, bikers, fisherpeople, boaters, birders, readers, thinkers, and sitters. Whenever I go around 6:00 a.m., it never fails that I see a lady feeding the geese. I call her “The Goose Lady.”
She and I were the only two there this morning, and I watched her interact with the birds, all of which have names. As best I could tell, they even know their names.
That’s the kind of picture that I like to play around with to create something artistic, so I created my “paint by number” painting and a line art picture using Photoshop and CorelDRAW!, respectively.
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Posted on September 5, 2012, in Adobe, Birds, Corel, Digital photo editing, Mother & Father Nature, Photos, Picture of the Moment and tagged geese pictures, lake murray san diego, photoshop art, redfield fractalius art. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.