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White Swan Echinacea for Texture Tuesday

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Joining Kim Klassen Cafe for Texture Tuesday

 

Recipe: Texture is Kim Klassen Raggedy paper 4.   Blending Mode  at Colour Burn 20%.  Duplicate layer and used blending mode Screen at 40%.  Removed texture from flowers on both layers.

Comments

This is lovely.

I lost all of my white coneflowers last year to some kind of fungus.
:(
Anonymous said…
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Lovely!
Bonnie said…
What a dreamy effect! Love it.
Kelly said…
Gorgeous texture work. HTT!
Ruth said…
really beautiful image, well done!
Linda Makiej said…
Really great editing here!! Love the texture work!
Beautiful! Love the way it is framed.
Abi said…
Ooooh, I love everything about this image! The soft colors, lighting dof and texture- all very well done!
Pat said…
This turned out great. You must be pleased!
Pat said…
This is terrific - love everything about it!
hootnonny said…
Beautiful in its simplicity! Wonderful texture work. Thanks for dropping by and whispering to me! It will be hard for me not to "talk!"
Carole said…
dreamy!!!!
x
Carole
Buckeroomama said…
Lovely... the texture works perfectly well with the photo. :)
Deanna said…
A real stunner, I love coneflowers in any color and this white one is a beauty!!
KarenHarveyCox said…
What a beautiful effect this texture has on your gorgeous photograph. Thank you for the recipe.
Karen
Beautiful white coneflower! And your use of texture makes that photo look like something I could dream about in my craft studio!
Evelyn S. said…
I don't think I have any white coneflowers, but mine are just blooming now. Each year is a surprise for me. ;-) This image is almost haunting. It's beautifully photographed and textured.

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