Life From A Single Window by Ted Byrne

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Life is much more successfully looked at from a single window after all. – F. Scott Fitzgerald in The Great Gatsby

Tears over,
Her kids lugged her comfy chair out back.
They knew that presently the day would be over,
And a little later, they might believe her life would be over
With the chair away… In the yard.

Photographed with a Canon 20D: Post in PS4: Custom textures. Dynamic range and palette created w/Topaz Adjust 5 & AlienSkin Exposure 5, in both cases multiple tonal parameters were custom created and brushed in from adjustment layer masking throughout detailed parts of the image.

Aging… Um…. Maturing. Still wondering what I’ll be when I grow up.

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  • ChasSinklier
    ChasSinklierover 1 year ago

    Could be left over from the Spanish Inquisition – though I suspect no one expects that Ted ~:0) VivaChas!

  • Sure keep you from spending too much time sittin’ Chas. Thanks.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Randy Turnbow
    Randy Turnbowover 1 year ago

    Welcome and enjoy!

  • My pleasure Randy.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 1 year ago

    The wordsmith weaves a story of a thousand endings in a single frame. Love it Ted. Great post work.

  • Felt so sad to see both the wall and the chair… Each a piece of shack living Rosalie. The story wrote itself. Thanks.

    – Ted Byrne

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedover 1 year ago

    08-29-13 Congratulations!
    Your outstanding work has been featured in ART UNIVERSE

  • And I am proud. Thanks Kira.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Hans Kawitzki
    Hans Kawitzkiover 1 year ago

    What a great find and presentation

  • It’s all gone now Hans. Bulldozers tore away the place and its been replaced by prosperous, job creating, high tech buildings. That’s a very good thing all around. Thanks Hans.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Shulie1
    Shulie1over 1 year ago

    Infinitely sad – wonderful image!

  • There’s a happy ending Shulie… see my response to Hans up above. It took a while to have prosperity slop up against this mess, but perhaps the ghost is pleased with the result?

    – Ted Byrne

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorover 1 year ago

    Incredible work Ted!! :)

  • It was a crack between yesterday’s fading hopes and as you can see by my reply to Hans up above, today’s new new ones. Happy ending? Thanks Keith.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Russ Styles
    Russ Stylesover 1 year ago

    Ted, your processing and words have taken this to a different place from where you found it…what was used, discarded and ‘to-be-forgotten’, will live on….it’s a great testament…
    A FAVE for me..

  • Uh-huh, some one’s moments of comfort had faded in the moment I came by. But…n ow this spot sports a few prosperous new buildings that house a couple hundred high tech jobs. So its a place of new comforts on this side of that crack I found between before the chair rotted outside and the new hopes after its removal.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Kanages Ramesh
    Kanages Rameshover 1 year ago


    Your EXPRESSIVE Image & Writing is on DISPLAY Here

  • I’d hoped you’d appreciate this melding of words with image Thanks Kanages.

    – Ted Byrne

  • ✿✿ Bonita ✿✿ ђєℓℓσ

    nicely done a fav

  • I’m missing your squirrel friend Bonita:-) But I’m totally appreciative of your support

    – Ted Byrne

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