24 April 2012

Wordless Wednesday

just daffy

kyoto fritillary

neon lines

Harry's Filters

kyoto fractalius

double kyoto water paper

first poppy of 2012

simplicity

kyoto flood

kyoto fractalius

outline breeze

collage

22 comments :

  1. I love how even though it's the same flower/shot, each one evokes it's own feeling. I keep going back to third one up from the bottom. It almost changes into a thistle and the gray around the pink is beautiful coloring. Kind of smoky.

    Off topic, thank you for the fundraising you do for MS. I was diagnosed in 2006 and am lucky it's a mild case. But it's still MS, so thank you.

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  2. Photo-quilting again, I see. :)

    I really like the Harry's Filters, both Fractalius, and the Kyoto Water Paper which reminds me of Impressionism.

    Gorgeous!

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  3. Wow! What a beautiful blog! I could get lost here...this is really neat!

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  4. The third from the bottom rocks

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  5. Great shots and photoshopping.

    The narcissus is the only yellow flower I love....in my own garden. I love all flowers anyway.

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  6. Oh I do like what you've done to your lovely flowers!

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  7. Just found you and I love the way you use these 2 flowers to say so much! I have just bought a new camera and hope to take better photos. I had booked to go on a photography course to take photos in a bluebell wood but it was cancelled because of the weather. Think I'll just join your blog and sit inside and look whatever the weather! Joan

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  8. PS I just can't see where I can join your followers. Am I daft or is there something I'm missing! Joan

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  9. Brilliant! Love the quilted one, you had to get that in :)

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  10. Oooh. I love these and the progression of the pictures is really cool. Fun effects!

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  11. Mrs. Micawber sent me your way and now I can see why.
    So many lovely photos. I love all of the different effects here. With the new, or at least new to me, "stuff" on Picasa, I thought I'd love trying some of this.

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  12. p.s. Thank you so much for the visit! I do appreciate your kind words.

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  13. You are having fun I can tell! Love all the variations.

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  14. Photo filters are one of the best things to come out of digital photography, wonderful work!

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  15. What a beautiful post! You definitely know how to express your love of nature and color ... and photography!

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  16. I love the double kyoto water paper! Great images as always! Brazilian kisses...

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  17. Oh, I love your photos! What a wonderful post.

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  18. hihi, you had some fun. :)

    Working with CS5 so far is just like PS7. Not much difference at all. I have not found the "goodies" yet I guess. For now I wonder where the good stuff of Elements7 is. It must be hidden somewhere.

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  19. I see you've had some fun :)

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  20. Such simple, yet beautiful, photos of springtime flowers. It looks like you had lots of fun with them.

    I've found myself wondering how you're recovering from your crash during my recent rides. I hope that you are healing well.

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