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    I've gone all sci-fi book cover

    Basically, a moth shot I took came out with the red-eyed moth, a red flare and a couple of reflected lines..... so I just played with it
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    I like it, The Psychic Moths of Saturn.
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    With that red eye it's more like the 'Psychotic Moths'

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    I fiddled some more and added in my recent mushrooms. I may just take out the 'Saturn' planet to make it "flight of fancy" rather than "sci-fi".
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    Yes, removing the planet and adding the fungi does change it and probably for the better..
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    Here it is without the planet.

    I'm thinking of doing some fairytale shots or Alice in Wonderland, so this sort of fiddling will be along the right lines. All I'll need is the people to add in... anyone want to be a troll?
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