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Featured in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT OR AS WE MISSED IT! on 9 August 2012
A spider I photographed on the door post of my assistant, DJ’s house. I manipulated it in Compupic to make two different coloured spiders. Thought it might bring a smile to some faces, which have become clouded with all the mud slinging associated with the forthcoming US elections.


spiders, spin doctors, politicians, politics, elections, platform, promises, propaganda, humour, stylized

My life is divided between teaching Music and Photography. The instruments I play are organ, piano, clarinet and saxophone. I taught German and Spanish before my retirement, but since I got my digital camera no longer have time for them!

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  • Donna19
    Donna19over 2 years ago

    Amen to the politics. The image is radioactive but then so is politics

  • Thank you, Donna.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 2 years ago

    So cool!

  • Thank you, Cheryl.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 2 years ago

    So very cleverly created … wonderful work !

  • Thank you, Trish.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • virginian
    virginianover 2 years ago

    Very creative and it does bring smiles.

  • Thank you, Judy.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • CanyonWind
  • Many thanks for featuring my spiders, Pop’s. It is greatly appreciated!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Ralph de Zilva
    Ralph de Zilvaalmost 2 years ago

    Something different, very nicely done, Kathryn.

  • Thank you, Ralph. I used a programme called Compupic to transform the spiders, but as more and more Service Packs and security fixes were added to Windows XP, it became increasingly unstable and caused frequent freezes and crashes, so that in the end I had no option but to uninstall it. A pity as there was nothing to compare with it for vignettes.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Evita
    Evitaabout 1 year ago

    Great image and work !!! ☺♥

  • Thank you, Evita. Unfortunately the programme I used became increasingly incompatible with Windows XP and I had to get rid of it, as it was causing so many freezes and crashes.

    – BlueMoonRose

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