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Is Two for Tea?

 

Two desserts for Texture Tuesdayfor web

Would you laugh if I told that this morning I could not find my glasses.  I looked all over the house for them today and did not find them.   My husband had a look around when he got home from work and he found them but he won’t tell me where.   I had to get by with a pair of magnified glasses that I purchased at the grocery store some time ago to keep by the computer.   I have been under the weather with a bad cold for the last week so I need a little sympathy.   Anyway,  I decided on this photo for Kim Klassen’s challenge this week of using the number 2.    Having two delicious desserts on your plate is better than one.   I used a Kim Klassen texture called scripted.   The first layer was blended at multiply at 63% and the second was blended at softlight at 100%. I adjusted the levels and added text.   That’s it. Looks kind of vintagy.

I will be joining Lisa Gordon for the Creative Exchange and Kim Klassen Café for Texture Tuesday.   Have a great day.   Valerie

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Comments

Elaine said…
I hate when i miss place my glasses.. i hope your hubby gave you a hint on where tolook for them.
Pamela Gordon said…
I really like this photo. :) Pamela
lisa said…
Valerie, this is a beautiful image, and it looks so yummy! I sure hope you are feeling better soon, and I sure hope your hubby returns your glasses!!

Thank you so much for sharing at The Creative Exchange.

Have a wonderful Tuesday!

lisa.
Georgianna said…
Hi Val, I hope you are feeling much better. I got a rotten cold just before we left for Chile so I can definitely sympathize. You do deserve two desserts!

About the glasses, well, I have to keep a pair in every room practically, as well as one in the car. I'm sad to say I'm useless without them now.

Take care and get well soon! - g
Ruth said…
a wonderful shot and great processing :)
Merike said…
How romantic feelings. I like :)
fotogran said…
Yummy dessert and beautiful plate - I love your photo and it does look very vintage. At least your glasses weren't on your face as mine were the last time I panicked and thought I'd left them in a coffee shop:)
fotogran said…
Yummy dessert and a beautiful plate! Love it - your photo looks very vintage indeed! About the glasses...at least they weren't on your face as mine were the last time I panicked and thought I'd left them in a coffee shop:)
momphotographer said…
Sorry to hear about your glasses. My husband does that with his keys all the time ;)
Beautiful photo!
Lynne said…
A lovely image-so romantic! The texture works great with the mood of the image.
Smiles... if I could I would be over in a second to share tea and dessert - my downfalls. LOL -- absolutely gorgeous processing; lovely image. thank you, kareninkenai (Alaska)
Hi Val
Lot of colds going around; I still have one hanging around from 3 weeks ago. Hope you feel better soon.
I have a couple of pairs of glasses so can usually find one - maddening isn't it when they hide on you?
Count me in for 2 desserts too - yum!
Judith
Yummy presentation..I have extra glasses all over the house.
bailey-road.com said…
I love the processing you did here!
Oliag said…
I can certainly sympathize with losing your glasses! I have done that more than once:) Love your double dessert image...Gorgeous!
Connie Smiley said…
Just lovely on that beautiful china. Now I'm hungry!
Sylvia said…
That looks delicious, Valerie !
Beautiful texture work, lovely plate too !
Hope you're feeling better soon ...
Take care,
Sylvia
Linda Trine said…
Oh dear! I hope your husband has returned your glasses....the magnifying lens could get tedious! I love your work...the dessert looks yummy and the textures are beautiful.
AJ said…
That looks so YUMMIE...great processing!
Cathy said…
glad you had the spare pair to get you through the day till your husband could find them. i think we all have been there : ) your photo is lovely and makes me want to have some tea and desserts!

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