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I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend.   It was relatively nice here and spent some of the time out of doors.   I purchased tulips for the table for the family dinner on Sunday.   I received a lovely pink gloxinia from my husband’s uncle and a pot of miniature roses from one of my sons.   I have been taking pictures of them so they will be in future posts.   For this post I used the serendipity texture from Kim Klassen Cafe today.   My edit consisted of Nice and Easy action by Ashley Sisk, a high pass filter adjustment, two layers of the texture and finished with a Polaroid frame from Rimdecker.

I am joining Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen

Kim Klassen Café

I am also joining Touch Up Tuesday with Paper Heart Camera

 

Photography love...

Have a great week.   Valerie

Comments

Ashley Sisk said…
I love the texture on this shot - it is gorgeous!
Whatever you did is really cool! Someday I'm gonna learn more about this!
Valerie,

Absolutely stunning. What beautiful cards your photo would make! I am very impressed with what you are doing.

Carol
 gmirage said…
I really find putting texture on flowers beautiful like what you did here...will makes use of a flower next time! have a lovely week!

-www.gmirage.com
Anika said…
Wow, it looks like it's a painting. So pretty!
alicia said…
Just gorgeous!!
JennyO said…
Wow I love the texture, so pretty! I love Kim Klassens site... so much to learn out there!
Leah C said…
Oh so pretty...nicely done!
Linda Makiej said…
really BEAUTIFUL work!! and such a lovely blog - so glad I found you!!
Sherry said…
Oh, this is very pretty! I like how you got the painted look. Two layers of the texture huh, I will have to try that!
Sherry
Cedar said…
Simply lovely! So soft and dreamy!
Evelyn S. said…
This truly looks like a painting! Beautiful composition, color, and texture.
Kristy said…
SO beautiful! Love the texture!
AJ said…
What a beautiful touch up...so pretty!
Stampmouse said…
nice add of just the right amount of texture
fotogran said…
Lovely image and texture work.
Hi Valerie!
OOOoo I love these - their position is fantastic, and I love your warm hints of color!!
Great job :)
love,
Sherilyn at Clear Crick Cottage
Bella Skye said…
Great edit! LOVE the texture :)
A Rosy Note said…
Looks gorgeous! It almost looks like a painting :)

~Tricia
Julie@beingRUBY said…
Hi.. love your tulip shot.. we are heading into winter down my way.. so this is extra pleasant viewing for me.. hehe

thanks for your kind comment my way.. have a great day.. ciao xxx Julie
Bella said…
Hi Valerie,
Love you tulip photo play, great job!
Hugs,
Bella
Val said…
Gorgeous image Valerie - beautiful use of the texture - just mouth watering!
Lona said…
Oh how beautiful Valerie! I love the texture effect you have created.
Scott said…
I love the edit on these. The texture is great. Thanks for sharing your formula for producing it!
Georgianna said…
Hi Val - wow, you are doing wonderful work with the textures! I'm really impressed. I think this is a perfect pairing with the tulips. Sometimes a texture just doesn't work with a certain photograph but this is terrific. Happy to stop by here again – I'm done traveling, at least for a few weeks! - g

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