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Light for Texture Tuesday

 

Pulsatilla Seedhead with kk Lilly texture

The other morning while out to get the paper at the end of the driveway I spotted the pulsatilla seed heads sparkling in the sun.   I ran in to get the camera.  For this photo I used two layers of Kim Klassen’s texture “Lilly” removing the texture over the seed head.  I added some text and that is it.  

I am joining Kim Klassen Café for Texture Tuesday.   Have a great week.

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Comments

Lorrie said…
This is gorgeous - the spikiness of the flower head really stands out.
Jann Olson said…
Really cool effect Valerie. I love it!
Hugs,
Jann
A beautiful shots and I love the textures you added. Thanks for stopping by, Laura
Great shot! Love it!
Love the way you've captured the 'light'.
Heather said…
Beautiful shot, Valerie. And the light is perfect reflecting off the seedhead. Gorgeous.
Linda Kittmer said…
Beautiful processing Valerie. I love how the light hits the seed head.
The Artful Diva said…
great capture - wonderful processing!
Hi Val
A striking photo of the seed head.
Judith
Nancy said…
I'm not familiar with this plant, so I'm really happy to learn about it. Is it native to Canada?

Beautiful edit and glow, Val. :)
lisa. said…
I've never heard of this flower Valerie, but it sure is pretty even after its prime. So many flowers are like that, or at least I think so.

Beautiful processing on this, and I love where you placed the text.

Have a great evening!
PrairieJill said…
Beautiful image and I love the effect of the texture!
Naturegirl said…
Valerie well done!
Enjoy snapping those photos!
Icy BC said…
It is beautiful, just simple beautiful!

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