This was another challenge, a bit later than intended, but here it is anyway. The word was LOST AND FOUND. The prime focus was on a small bronze Statue of Liberty found in a cafe garden in New Zealand.
On top of that placed a card leaning against a church wall with words on it and used a “Difference” filter.
There was a dreadful oil painting in a pile on the floor of a second-hand shop which provided colour to the picture, again using the difference filter.
At this stage the original little statue was getting lost, so I copied it, cut it out using a masking tool, painted it to simulate the sun shining on the top, gave it a new shadow, and placed it on top with no filter.
Finally between layers slipped in the Chest X-ray of a lady who had an examination for quite another reason and an unexpected finding of a lump in the back of the lung, not known about previously. This considerably lightened up the colour of the picture and gave it depth.
I quite enjoy the feeling of the statue arising from a rather random set of shapes and the words Water, Land, Harvest. This combination of images has political overtones that are best left to people to work out for themselves.