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Morning After Rain

 

Front Door Urn with textures and brushes

This is the flowers in the urn at the front door after a night’s rain. I like how they glisten.

I used an action by Rita of the Coffeeshop Blog called Cream Velvet and I also used her lace brushes to make the frame.

Day 12 of the August Break.    Have a great day.

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Comments

eileeninmd said…
Lovely flowers and image! Well done!
Nice shot Val. I almost hate to ask to have the tap turned off.
Don't you just love the look and smell after a rain? Your pot doesn't look too beat up from the heavy downpours.
A sunny break here today.
Judith
I love ferns, and they look so green and lush...

Re: the comment about blogging, I am so conscious of my customers also reading my blog, and trying to be the same person in person, that it might be holding me back, but in a way...who want's to know my dirty laundry? I certainly don't, lol.

Good for you to keep it under wraps.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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