Ordinary Objects That Look Like Architecture 4

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Marisa D. Aceves. Optical Blind Wave 3. digital photography. 2017.

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Textured lines bend gracefully.

A line is lost; a line is found.

The ebb and flow of life culminates in the signature of a single fingertip.

Time imprints itself on men’s divided hearts.

 

What does this object remind you of?

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Cell Division and X-Rays

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Marisa D. Aceves. Invertascape: Hot Pink Cell Submersion. digital photography. 2017.

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Jewel of life

Born from love

The creative journey begins

 

What does this object remind you of ?

 

Have a a wonderful weekend! 

Don’t forget to live life creatively.

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Hidden Jewels

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Marisa D. Aceves. Point Click Composition. digital photo. 2016

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Colorful bands of light emerge from the shadows

Seeking jewels of equal brilliance

Apart they shine

Together, they creatively conquer the word

Everyone remembers special individuals in our lives that used their talents to both support us and give generously to others. This particular group of colorful objects was discovered together. They add to each others visual interest, but hold a certain fascination and purpose of their own.

What does these objects remind you of?

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Insects 2

Marisa D. Aceves. Insecticopia Noir: Wiper Wing. digital photography. 2017

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Her beauty unfurls

Rolling out leaves to catch the midday sun

Restless anticipation hides true motivation

Waiting for her lover

She devours time trails and frequent expectations

by Marisa D. Aceves

 

Believe it or not, your typical home decor location and old science fiction films provided the background for this latest retro, insect inspired abstract photography series. It’s underlying theme is simple, beauty can be a beast. Fantastic fairy tails aside, we can all relate to situations in our lives when our minds and bodies were telling us we were headed for danger, but our eyes tempted us to proceed.

What does this object remind you of?

 

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Flowers And Water 2

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Marisa D. Aceves. Violet Tulip Wave Pattern. digital photography. copyright 2017.

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She languishes in solitude

A million mouths to feed

Heaviness at her doorstep

As the waves of pain recede

The object used to create this photograph was easy enough to find. All it took was a quick trip to the dollar general. If you can guess what this object is, you will discover the significance of the poem above.

Digital Artwork That Uses Abstract Photography 2

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Marisa D. Aceves. Imaginative Intergalactic Transparent Interior Model. Digital Art/Photo Manipulation. 2016.

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Unfortunately, due to illness, I will not be posting any poetry to go along with the image. This last week I indulged in some evil, lactose free, vanilla bean ice cream and as a result, entered into the land of many tummy troubles. Things are just beginning to settle down health wise, but who knows if I’ll be able to enjoy the coveted Christmas morsels we nibble on once a year. Big sigh…. This is just a glimpse of the new series I will be working on in 2017. It combines digital graphics and abstract photography to create an inter-dimensional, intergalactic, otherworldly feel.

To all my readers, have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!

If you do not celebrate Christmas, have a Happy and Blessed Holidays!

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Flowers and Water

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Marisa D. Aceves. Fuschia Floral Wave. Digital photography. 2016

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A quiet rose in the midst of life’s symphony

Feasting on calm waters

Praying before dawn

 

Wishing all of my readers a wonderful and peaceful holiday season.

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Modern Architecture 2

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Marisa D. Aceves. Blind Faith: Sympathetic Curve. digital photography. 2016

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A LESSON IN WAITING

Patiently, the pen strikes the page,

A boundless white field,

A new beginning,

The mind wants to leap ahead,

The heart wants to stay behind,

Dwelling in disappointments,

Certainties of the past,

Peeking anxiously through sharp slats,

Fearful of blood-soaked wars ahead,

Then,

Unexpectedly,

The curve appears,

Another year like dead relationships passes,

Too soon,

Before we fall to regrets

 

Welcome curve,

A new resolution, coupled with strength,

Generously,

Boldly,

Brings us to you,

We hunger for life,

Not yet lived,

And solemnly wonder,

Why we always fear,

Things concealed,

From waking sight,

Sight that must learn to see,

See to dream,

See to gain power,

Through action,

The futures promises entice us,

Pushing us forward,

Moving us closer,

Toward Heaven or Hell.

 

Before our urgent decision,

An immediate end to countless dramas,

There is still time to play,

As the pen soaks paper,

Still time to write,

A better ending.

 

What does this object remind you of?

 

 

 

 

Grateful Heart Flower Composition: A Natural Thank you To My Readers

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Marisa D. Aceves. Grateful Heart Flower Composition. digital photography. 2016

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I hurt my hand and wrist last week, so I’ll keep this post nice and short until I recover.

This photo collage is dedicated to the people who have visited this site and supported me.

Have a wonderful weekend; stay safe, creative, loving, and grateful.