Hey All! It’s been a while since I’ve been on here but here I have compiled a list of my new, favorite fonts. ENJOY!
winter wonderland #madebyme using 7 different photos
sacrifice is being a soldier <3 Love my soldier
love you new york city <3
I have never done one of these before and showed how I make a photo manipulation from step one. So I’m showing you what goes into making one for anyone who doesn’t use photoshop.
First I started out with a picture of the eiffel tower ( I got all these images from sxc.hu, so I can use all of them)
now because there are all those people and dead grass, I decided to add some more “lush” grass so I inserted the grass from this picture:
and added some bushes to cover the surrounding areas of the eiffel tower:
I then wanted to make it into a dark, stormy scene so then I added a lightning sky:
I adjusted the colors a bit to make everything match, added a filter to give it a “vintage” look and added some stars with a photoshop brush. My final image is this:
Hope you enjoyed :)
(Source: centimetr, via beyondreckless)
The modern world is a cruel and lonely world..in part, because of the evolution of the telephone.
The future, the one we dared to dream about, is here. Our technologically enhanced phones now talk to us, organize our lives for us, lead us, direct us to places unknown and supposedly make our lives better. But in reality are we really better off? Our communication with our fellow man has been compromised.
The fact that hardly any of us write old fashioned notes, sealed and stamped, due to the reasoning that we rely on our phones to get the message across, is beyond momentary.
The original benefit of having a phone was to act as a memory device for storing contacts and sending calls. Now, they don’t act as devices to connect to our friends, but rather to connect to ourselves. Our very own personal computer that happens to fit in the back of your pocket.
Think of it as a mobile phone metamorphosis. When a caterpillar turns into a butterfly it becomes something different but also beautiful. But what has this mobile metamorphosis of ours become? Not beautiful but something overpowering and life controlling.
According to a study, a smart phone user, on average, checks their phone 34 times a day. It’s not because they need to check it that many times but because it becomes a habit or compulsion.
The most exasperated thing a person can do is to use their phone while at dinner. This is a time that your company took out of their day to be with you, to talk to you, to be listened to, not the person on the other side of the screen.
There are always alternative ways to communicate with one another, other than by phone. Why not use one of these ways and you can appreciate the life others live that don’t have a phone. We rely too much on our phones. We wake up, check our phone, we go to work, eat, workout, go to bed and check our phones.
The only thing you need to remember is someone else is happy with less than what you have. So take the time to appreciate, value, and understand people, away from technology because you can never understand how a person really feels thru text.
Gorgeous flowers and bird tattoo. NEED.