Art of the Week: Bug-Eyed Beetle

Elizabeth J. Parrish
Stockton-Lodi Branch, California
“Bug-Eyed Beetle”
Digitally Enhanced Photograph
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Driving down a country road, Elizabeth Parrish was initially drawn to a rusty truck on a property in Lodi. After handing a business card to the woman there to let her know that Parrish was a photographer, she graciously let Parrish wander around while she was busy on a project in the barn. The color of a VW car was Parrish’s favorite, opera pink. Intrigued by the headlight overtaken by nature, noticing the sand in its curvature, and seeing how the spider thought it a perfect place to spin its web, Parrish composed the shot. With a little help from Photoshop™, the rest became a magical experience.

 

Comments

  1. Barb Whitmarsh says:

    WOW! AT FIRST I THOUGHT IT WAS AN OPTHAMOLOGICAL ISSUE
    THEN I TOOK A HARD LOOK AND WHAT I SAW WAS AMAZING
    A BEATLE IN A COMA
    WITH A TAD OF GLAUCOMA!!!

    VERY INTERESTING TO SAY THE LEAST.

  2. Sara Etgen-Baker says:

    Creative! I like it

  3. Enjoyed waking up and seeing your bug eyed beetle. Lots of fun. Such a great shot.

  4. Dorothy Kamm says:

    Intriguing!

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