“Life’s the same I’m moving in stereo, life’s the same except for my shoes, life’s the same you’re shakin’ like tremolo, life’s the same it’s all inside you.” ― The Cars, Moving in Stereo lyrics
This is a composite I created from a photograph that I took of the “Stereo” marquis above the Fred’s Sound of Music store in Portland, Oregon, which has been serving your stereo needs since 1948. I added a sunset gradient and shooting star to my original photograph.
Looking at the falling star it struck me that this is a perfect icon for the many stars in the record store. They should use this as the company banner on bags and postcards. The whole piece has a since of magic, like a moment in time and fantasy all at once!
Fabshaaron, you really are too fab!!! Thank you for always being so supportive of my work. It means the world to me!
Another wonderful and creative project! Your composite with the starry night sky, shooting star and color transition (and touch-ups) really gave a different life to the original pic. A classic marquis, added with your personal touch, makes this true photo art!
Roger you should be an art critic, you have such fantastic insights and a knack for description! Many thanks to you as always, dear friend, for your support of my little projects.
Thanks so much, BloodOfSeitan! Your kind comments really bring ME to life!