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A Halloween Version of Leafy Landscape

 

pumpkin patch with pdpa landscape texture and brushes

On one of my trips back and forth to see my Dad I stopped to take a picture of pumpkins at Tinklebury’s Farm.   This one was a little out of focus but I kept it for using in a textured photo.  When Bonnie suggested that we use her leafy landscape texture for this weeks theme of Pixel Dust Photo Art Friday I thought of this photo.  I even added some halloween brushes that I found at Deviant Art.

 

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Comments

Janet said…
awesome!! I love it, Valerie!
FABULOUS job Val. I like the vintage feel. Take care, Jen
Miriam said…
Oooh it's kind of creepy! Perfect for Halloween.
Pamela Gordon said…
A nice edit Valerie. Have a great weekend!
The effect is neat Val - scary spider!
Judith
merione said…
very fun image :)
NatureFootstep said…
nice work. The spider made the pumpkins look like apples. :)
Lizbethem said…
Very clever and cool!
Jeanne said…
So perfect for this season!
Ida said…
Ghoulishly Delightful piece. I like it.
Karen said…
That image is what Fall is all about! I love it.
Stephanie said…
Super creative use of this texture and perfect for this month. Great job.
Deborah said…
such a creative job with Bonnie's texture ...
lorik said…
I think it is deceptive - we think it is safe and soft and gentle and then along comes the big spider! Great image and nice textures too.
Bonnie said…
Love the pretty, desaturated look you have given this piece. Isn't it great to be able to save a photo by adding a texture?
Ack spidies....that one's a little too real for me.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
Sherri B. said…
Eek! You definitely achieved the spooky, Halloween mood! lol...wonderful processing. :)
Currie Silver said…
grand result of a serendipitous adventure!!

very clever way to make lemonade, or should that BE pumpkin-ade?!
Donna Heber said…
Hi Valerie,

I love the effect you did with this photo! That spider looks pretty scary.
Kathy said…
Love it! Halloween is my favorite time of the year. Thanks for sharing.

Kathy

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