Another Sunday…already. This photograph was taken during the week upon entering Arco from the river. One of the more historical buildings is under rennovation and it was a cloudy day…here’s the results of a bit of red paint!
Have fun! Be happy!
Today is Sunday, and so I paint the town red…this is a small square near the center of Arco in Trentino, Italy.
Wouldn’t you say it needs a little brightening up?
Now we, I’ll call it ther Red Square ;-D!
Thanks for dropping by and have a great Sunday!
Painting the town red…some people do it on a Saturday night, I try to paint the town red on Sunday mornings! This is Bolognano, once a town in its own right is now a “fraction” of Arco in Trentino, Italy:
Have a great day! Ciao!
A great place to eat in Athens, Georgia…The Blind Pig!
Athens, Georgia painted red!
Have a great Sunday!
It’s Sunday…I’m going to paint the town red…well actually the lake 😉
Have a great day!
Hello World…this is my fist official Painting the Town Red on this blog! Since Bastet and Sekhmet didn’t pos one last week, I thought I’d offer you two! These are just simple ones, I’ll work out something more interesting for next week 😉
This is a small church dedicate to the “Alpini” soldiers who come from our mountain regions. I’ve made a collage with three versions of the photograph to get this effect adding a “cross process” to “pixelize” ithe results a bit.
I use this photograph as my header: I rendered it into black and white then “warmified” bringing out the reddish skin tone several times, then I “saturated” it!
Have a great Sunday everyone, and paint your town red today!
I was thinking I wouldn’t get my Sunday in red done today, but then I saw this photo as I was listening to Peter Gabriel’s “Red Rain” et voilà.
The poem is not one of my happy poems though. I imagine that if the Earth crys red rain it would reflect a deep and desparate passion.
Earth on fire
lost in her desire
to free herself
the eternal nights
of fraternal fights,
her tears of despair
cannot cleanse herself
of the blood
that has been shed
in the name
This is the original photograph: