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Vintage Watering Can

watering-can-with-linen-tex

The watering can is an old galvanized one from my husband’s family.   It is in regular use here in the Sandbox.   I wonder if anyone can guess what the flowers are.   Just a little hint.  They are not lilacs.   The texture I used this week was two layers of stained linen by Kim Klassen.  

I am joining Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen and Paper Heart Camera for Touch Up Tuesday.  Have a great day.  Valerie

Comments

Henrietta said…
I love the watering can and no idea what the flowers are.
helena said…
stunning image
Greenfingers said…
This one leapt out out me for a closer look. Love the vintage feel.
Jenni said…
Love the watering can, but have no idea what the dainty blooms are. Lovely photo.
Jenni
bj said…
I have always loved watering cans and don't have a single one.
Yours is sweet, full of blooms.
Buckeroomama said…
I love that you used the watering can as a holder for the flowers. :) Those blooms caught my eye... what are they?
Linda Makiej said…
Beautiful texture work!!
Bonnie said…
beautifully edited to appear so vintage!
bgottsab said…
Beautiful use of texture. You have created a real vintage feel that enhances the subject. Wonderful tones. (Over from TT today)
Cedar said…
Ha! I know nothing about flowers! But I do know pretty and this shot and texture is gorgeous!
Roadside Rustic said…
Oh this is stunning! I love it. Thanks for stopping by!
i.ikeda said…
Stunning! I love vintage equipment or household items, and that watering can is just perfect. The texture brings so much character to it too. Just wonderful. And what are those flowers? They are so delicate and lovely.
Kristy said…
Look at you, great texture application!
Val said…
Beautiful piece of artwork val - lovely composition. Are the flowers some kind of bulb? Very pretty!
Great shot Val, love the vintage touch.
Patty said…
I am wondering if they are astilbe. Great photo.
Stampmouse said…
great gardening picture
Peabea said…
Absolutely love the way the photo turned out. Beautiful...love the can and the flowers.
Gale Wall said…
Lovely dark vintage feel.
Hi Val
I had a heck of a time trying to get your photo to download but it was worth the wait - stunning!
Can't see the flowers well enough to tell what they are.
Judith
Love the vintage watering can. The linen texture works beautifully with this image. The blossoms look more like astilbe than any other thing I can think of.
Supurb....just am so admiring this.
Please...what is the name of the texture ? Of did I miss it someplace.
So effective here.

Rose
Georgianna said…
LOVE the watering can, Val! I'm not too clear on the flowers. I hope you'll enlighten us! – g
Kathy said…
Love...love the vintage feel and what a great subject. I love the angle of the shot and the use of the texture. As far as the flowers goes...have no idea, but they add that delicate feel to the photo. Great job.

Bright blessings,
Kathy
I think is elder .And is beautiful :)
Dewdrop Gardens said…
This photo is stunning! I love the effects you used.

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