It's the last day of February, which means it is time for another post for Ignite: A Creative Discovery of the Bloom Forum Fine Art Group.

My family lives in different part of the world. My parents still live in our home town in Indonesia. I moved to New York about six years ago and my sister relocated to Singapore for a job about 2 years ago. It's just the two of us and we've been through so many ups and downs. We cry together, we laugh together, and of course we fight. :) And she is the complete opposite of me. She is tall, I am ... oh well you know the opposite. She is slim, I am curvy. She has long and thick eyelashes, I can't live without a mascara (you know what I mean, right?). She is careful with money while I keep figuring out what happened to my paycheck? She is the herbivor, I am the omnivor. LOL.... oh and the list could go on.

Here's my take for this month's Fine Art project.
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Oh, did I tell you that this group has a pool of amazing talents? See it for yourself and please start with Tabitha Patrick of Little Bit of Life Photography. I know I can't wait to start the circle.
Amy said...

debbie, just plain GORGEOUS. i adore the seriousness, beauty and drama you captured. your processing is beyond beautiful. love your work.

Jackie said...

she is beautiful and I'm sure you are too! Isn't it funny how siblings can be raised in the very same home and be complete opposites.

Heart of the West said...

Gorgeous!

Nancy said...

Stunning and beautiful! Love the color and processing! Absolutely gorgeous!! Love it how two sisters can be so opposite but best of friends :)

Kristi Ahrens said...

She is beautiful! I love how you captured the details of her:)

Skye said...

Beautiful! I love the softness and romantic feel to these. Sisters are especially great when they help you with photo ideas too!

Katie said...

Gorgeous! Love the processing and how soft and dreamy the images are. Beautiful!

Alison Crane said...

These are absolutely beautiful! She is stunning and your captured her in such a soft, glorious way.

J.Lynn Greenwood said...

She's so lovely (and so are you!)

I had wondered where your family was from! My boss is from Malaysia and so is his wife (they both work with me here in Montana). One of my best friends, Li, is from China. I absolutely LOVE Asian culture (and the food!!) and I keep making plans for when Li moves back to China for me to go visit her. Also, Singapore has been number #2 on my list for places in the world to visit (after Tokyo!)

I have two younger sisters, and also a brother. Currently, we are all spread out across the globe and it's so hard sometimes, we are very close! I know how you feel about missing your sister!

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