These are two digitally-assaulted takes on the same photograph, a simple streetscape shot in Dunbar, during a February stroll. On the left, you see “Dunbar Street 1,” a straightforward version, with the photo minimally tweaked for contrast and run through a variety of filters.
On the right, you see “Dunbar Street 2,” a more drastic assault, with lots of extraneous painting, and a flood-fill rainbow, created using power lines, and a different set of filters.
That’s the fun of digitally-assaulting photographs: You can create an endless set of variations using the same source material. If you want to stare at them more closely, click to enlarge.