Sacred Seed Meditation
Redid the Sacred Seed Meditation that goes when you
Plant Your Dream. I am going to have this be one
of the blowups for the Pacific Symposium.
Date: 10/26/2006 12:17:49 AM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 1055 times
October 25, 06
Been working numbers of hours
on Creating some tif images for
my first poster sizes for the Enchanted Garden
Altar and Exhibit at the Pacific Symposium
next week. Set up is November 1, and the
gathering of Traditional Chinese Medicine
practitioners is from November 2-5, 06
I went out and bought three 16 z 20 frames.
I am not sure which three images I am going
to blow up. I am prepping a few more than
I need into the tif format.
Ron at Formex gave me some guidance about the sizes.
I had hoped I was ready for larger 24 by 30 posters
but I am still not shooting larger enough original images.
I just learned that today.
I may need a camera that has a 8 or 10 metapixel lens.
My is 5.1. I love the Olympus cameras. Their tech support
I may still check with them to make sure that Ron was
correct when he said that the enlargement SHO format
is Mickey Mouse and can't really do the job I would like.
Best Friend/Twin Soul gave me some excellent Coaching today.
I feel the best thing to do is draw in a Stock Company
that features photographers and let them deal with posters
of my work. I have a CD that is ready to sell of some
of my images. The Organic Center is using that to
enhance their campaign to help the nation go form 2% organic
usage to 10% by 2010. I still looking forward to seeing
the images start to show up on their website.
I redid the Enchanted Garden Club Membership into a higher
resolution so I can have a 16 x 20 that will blow up nicely.
I was not satisfied with the image below #1 and I redid it.
I like the improvements. Less busy, and does not cover the
power of the seeds. These are Barley seeds.
My crop of food grade barley that I planted on the final the
day of New Genesis, Simcha Torah, are now up. That was sensual,
mixing the soil in the Sacred Pot. Mixed in worm castings, and compost
into a mush and then more and more soil to firm it up.
Very special seeds in that pot.
How do you like the improvements below?
#1 vs #2?
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