Artist's Eye

© Kevin M. Carnevale

Artist's Eye

Uploaded: June 08, 2009


I was driving up the coast of New Hampshire when I spotted 2 women painting some water lilies in the marsh in Rye. I stopped and asked if I could photograph them. I photo shopped the Nuke Plant in. I think they thought I was nuts.


Tommy E. Burgess June 09, 2009

I really like the concept here and you executed it very well Kevin!! Wonderful work! #1138921

Josie Detmers June 09, 2009

Great idea Kevin....and well done!!! #7614522

Kevin M. Carnevale June 09, 2009

Thank you Tommy and Josie. #7614526

Dan E. July 19, 2009

Cool image #7755811

Toni A. Martin February 14, 2010

Kevin, you are truly talented. This is a very clever image and it says a lot to me. Thanks for being bold. You keep up the AWESOME work. You must have built in sonar for finding images! #8380961

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