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Black and White for Photo Art Friday

garden bandw with damask frame

This photo was taken in the vegetable garden.  The tools had been left there after a day of getting the plants in the ground.   It just looked like a cute vignette.   I used the gradient map adjustment to make the photo black and white.   I added two layers of the texture from Pixel Dust called “nitty gritty”.   The frame came from Isobelle LaFrance.

 

I am joining Bonnie for Photo Art Friday.   Have a wonderful weekend.

 

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Comments

Pondside said…
What a beautiful photo, and what a great card it would make!
Lorrie said…
It does look gritty - and great!
momphotographer said…
beautiful processing!
Fantastic shot Val. Hope all is well at your place. Take care, Jen.
Ruth said…
It looks like a beautiful sketch, very clever :)
SueAnn Lommler said…
Beautifully done!!! Fabulous!
Hugs
SueAnn
Bonnie said…
What a creative, artful vignette Valerie! I just love the effect you have created and am so glad you shared this piece with Photo Art Friday!!
Heather said…
Love it - it looks like a step back in time.
Leovi said…
Very Good, Good job and a nice B & W.
Ida said…
Such a delightful rendition of this Garden Vignette. I love the "vintage" feel you gave it.
What a great shot, Valerie! Very creative and the border is lovely. Thank you for stopping by and leaving your nice comment about my magazine feature. I really appreciate it and you. Have a lovely weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi
Linneas Atelje said…
So nicely done, a great mix the photo and the frame!
lisa. said…
I am not sure why, but the minute I saw this, I was reminded of my grandfather's garden. He would spend hour after hour tending it in the summer. This is really beautiful. Thank you for the memory Val!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Cute frame on this photo!! Cute photo too!!
I love what you have done to the photo, a great vignette. Ah gardening, but where are the mosquies? teeh he.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
Deborah said…
fabulous rendering and framing!
kareninkenai said…
very lovely processing; especially like the framing, also. thanks too for visiting my blog. hugs from alaska. karen

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