Dreamscope Deep Dream Doodle

So Google has this new app for ramping up your pics and photos! It’s called Dreamscope Deep Dream and there’s all sorts of science and business stuff behind it, none of which I care about. I heard, or rather, read about it from Jennifer Nicole Wells‘ very creative blog and ran with it!

First up is the original image:

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This is the Trippy filter:trippyHere is one of the filters I really didn’t care for – Self-Transforming Machine Elves. I didn’t like this one and a couple of others because they made things look creepy and I don’t like creepy things! But I wanted to show you because I thought lot’s of folks like creepy stuff!

self transforming machine elvesSo, there you go! Cool, huh? I’ll be posting pictures of Toby and LadyBird run trough these filters for Caturday Art sponsored by Athena & Marie. Please check them out on The View Through My Aquamarine Eyes and Doggie Caperz!!!

Oodle Doodle Tornado

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This is an attempt to meet a photo challenge but I decided to go with a doodle! Do you see the house and the bicycle (a’la Dorothy & Toto)? It meets the photo part of the challenge because I took a photo of it in order to load in into the pc!

One Word Photo Challenge|Weather: Tornado

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The Sandman Cometh

Hi kiddies, here’s my swan song, my long good-bye, my last rhyme! At least for a while.  I may make another appearance later on when time allows.  Until then, enjoy!! Love and feathers, Auntie Goose


Original and more…

The Sandman’s coming in his train of cars
With moonbeam windows and with wheels of stars
So hush you little ones and have no fear
The man-in-the-moon he is the engineer

The railroad track ’tis a moonbeam bright
That leads right up into the starry night
So put on you ‘jamas and say your prayers.

Here comes the Sandman stepping so lightly,
Stealing along on the tips of his toes;
And he scatters the sand With his own little hand.
In the eyes of the sleepy children.

Oh! hear the Sandman singing so softly.
Singing the children to sleep everywhere.
See how drowsy they grow;
Tired heads drooping low,
And hear the sandman singing.

Go to sleep my children, close your sleepy eyes.
The lady moon is watching from out the dark’ning skies.
The little stars are peeping to see if you are sleeping.
Go to sleep my children.
Go to sleep goodnight.

This song was originally posted at:

Written by Lucine Finch in 1899.

Image: “the Man in the Moon” by Daniel Merriam)