We’ve crossed the finish line

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If it weren’t for the vagaries of photography, you’d see more of a difference between the “Middle” photo and the “Final” one , but I guess you’ll just have to take my word for it that there really is a difference. In person, the final version is a lot more luminous and there are quite a few more details that were developed. Those of you who are really astute will notice that the color balance of the camera changed a bit from day to day (most easily seen in the three different shades of sky). That’s because yours truly could never remember what degree Kelvin she set her camera at from one day to the next because she didn’t write it down. If you don’t care about that sort of geeky stuff, I apologize for even mentioning it!

Anyhow, now the painting needs to get nice and dry so I can put the beautiful frame on it that arrived just the other day. Oh yeah, and now I can get going on that horse and pony for Reins of Life, too.



About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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3 Responses to We’ve crossed the finish line

  1. Gina Ayersman says:

    Beautiful! Can’t wait to have it on the wall! We really loved watching Eden’s progress. It just seems to add a lot of personal connection. Thank you for your talent!


  2. munchow says:

    It’s become a beautiful portrait of a Eden. And it’s really been fun to watch the process of the making and creating of the picture. A true inspiration and creative boost. Thank you for sharing.


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