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SubVerse Aphrodesia

A writer's blog by Alicia Grega

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photography

yeah, that’s a gravestone

husband & wife
washburn street cemetery
scranton, pa.

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First Friday Scranton
July 2013

texture study

Alex & Carla’s lamp.

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salvaging a bad photo

Thanks to the photoforge app’s pop cam random filter feature I was able to transform a casual shot ruined by backlight from a looming vintage wicker shaded lamp into a colorful, funky series of abstracts.
(you don’t want to know how many times I hit the random generate arrow to get to these three which I really like. πŸ˜‰
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tggbha2 copy

tggb4 copy

tggbha3 copy

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don’t you just love flower innards?

“Come Hither.” digital photo, June 2012. Cathedral Cemetery, Scranton Pa.

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