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Warmth for Texture Tuesday

 

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The last couple of days have been really hot.  We had a good downpour last night but it did little to help the parched Sandbox.  The flowers have theirs heads hanging down and look pathetic.  I found a picture in my archives for this weeks challenge at Kim Klassen Café.  The seedtops of the Rhubarb plant make for an interesting display in this old watering can.  I did use Kim’s newest texture “Sunday” and another texture by Pixel Dust called “motherlove”.

I am joining Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen Café.   See you there. 

 

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Pamela Gordon said…
I love this photo! I would never think to use the seed heads from rhubarb. To think I just broke them off and tossed them away the other day!
Lorrie said…
This is stunning. Love the vintagey look of this.
That is so beautiful and with that watering can every flower will gorgeous set up.
oh my this is beautiful!!! just wonderful, love it ♥
Heather said…
Gorgeous - it looks like an old fashioned greeting card.
The Artful Diva said…
Beautiful composition. The edit and texture are just right. Looks very warm and feminine.
MG Atwood said…
Oh, I love how this turned out!
Pretty Val. I've never let my rhubarb go to seed but the tops do look rather nice.
Judith
Cherie said…
Love it, all of it.
Shannon Pate said…
I love this! It turned out great!!
This is gorgeous. Love it.
Nancy said…
I always break off the seed heads while they are still in bud stage -- they actually look pretty in your photo! Who knew? :)
Nancy said…
I always break off the seed heads while they are still in bud stage -- they actually look pretty in your photo! Who knew? :)
This is such a soft and beautiful photo--the textures really make such a wonderful effect!
geetlee said…
love the use of texture in this shot
xo
geetlee said…
love the use of texture in this shot
xo
inkcetera said…
This is stunning!!
maiaT said…
Gorgeous work with the texture.
I love the soft colors and the minimal color palette.

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