A manipulation using a photo of an abandoned house and the milky way

The shooting star that destroyed us

Sat down tonight with some nostalgic tunes from my high school days (think Senses Fail, Finch, and more). Thought about all the fun I used to have jamming out until the sun came up, creating image manipulations and digital paintings. It’s been well over a decade since I got lost in photoshop just creating art for the fun of it. For old time sake, I whipped up this image—a photograph I took of an abandoned farmhouse in Westport, Massachusetts mixed with a photograph of the milky way galaxy, blended with some unexpected color inspired by some infrared photography I’ve shot.

Feels good to clear the mind and experiment. Enjoy!

A manipulation using a photo of an abandoned house and the milky way
A manipulation using a photo of an abandoned house and the milky way galaxy. Details below.

Original photos:

An abandoned farmhouse in westport, massachusetts
An abandoned farmhouse in westport, massachusetts
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