Remember that little announcement I hinted at last week? Well, get ready:
I decided to start a shop on zazzle using some of the photos I’ve taken on my travels. Check it out!
This is a photo of an emblem embedded in the streets of Bayeux, France. It’s the tree from the Bayeux Tapestry. This is sized so that the necklace only shows the emblem, but some of the other products have the asphalt surrounding it, which is quite striking.
This is a photo I took in Ireland of some ivy growing on a tree. I played around with it in photoshop to make it more of a watermark type picture.
This photo was taken in Riga, Latvia. The building is Art Nouveau, and there was this little red birdhouse nestled on it. I played with the photo in photoshop, made it black and white, but kept the little birdhouse red. I call it “There’s a little red birdhouse in your soul over yonder, that’s where my baby lives.” Totally mixing two song lyrics, but I couldn’t decide which one worked better…
I took this photo in Rauma, Finland. It’s the snow covered sea, and the rocks and grass growing around it. Another photo I played with in photoshop to get a cool effect.
This is a photo of Mont St Michel, in France, with poppies (my favorite!) in the foreground. This is still one of my favorite photos from our travels so far!
Riga, Latvia, I was walking along the river at sunrise and there’s this pink ladder going…nowhere. I played around with the saturation in this one, and I really like the way it turned out.
This is an iron tree that’s in the iron museum in Rouen, France. I played around with it just enough to get the background as white as possible. And, of course, I added my “brand” to this one. 🙂
You can see all available products here
. I’ll be adding more as I dig through my photos and play around with them.
So, what do you think? Have you seen any photos on my blog that you would love to see on a product? (I’m also going to work on getting photos available to buy, in poster/photo form.)
I don’t know that anyone will buy any of this stuff, and I certainly don’t expect to make a living off of it. Still, it’s fun to play around and see what comes out of it! 🙂