This mysterious image, also from the Silver Diner, is the effect of the sunlight coming through the blinds onto the deep red Naugahyde booth bench. I rather like the vaguely suggestive apparent forms, although the surface was only gently curved. I also rather like the retro aspects of diner, booth, and naugahyde being transformed by smartphone camera, computer, and spread by internet. I even like the word "naugahyde".
Nancy Freeman is a native of California who lives now in Washington, DC. A lifelong artist, she paints portraits and other commissions for a living, which keeps her traditional skills tuned and supports her decades-old obsession with computer art, and pastel painting.
She is currently using her 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th computers, but remembers when Dick Tracy had to make do with a two-way wrist radio.