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Derelict Doorway for Photo Art Friday

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An old abandoned house I saw one day as I was travelling the backroads to somewhere.  It was in the middle of a field so I did not get out of the car to get closer.  I did edit it as good as I could and then chose filter, find edges and gave it a blending mode of linear burn.  I then added a texture from Kim Klassen Café called little things and a layer of pixeldustphotoart texture mauve threads. 

I am joining Bonnie for Photo Art Friday at Pixel Dust Photo Art.   I am away for the weekend so I will be late with my comments.   Have a great weekend.

Valerie


Comments

Miriam said…
Have a nice weekend... Great photo editing. Mauve threads is one of my favourite textures, I think it does lovely things to photos!
Bonnie said…
Such a great edit, Valerie!!! You've really made something special from the photo.

Lorrie Orr said…
Your photo editing turned out well. Love the light effect. Have a wonderful weekend.
Cool transformation Val. Wouldn't you love to peek inside the door though? I would.
Judith
NatureFootstep said…
I like your final result. It is very appealing.
Currie Silver said…
awesomeness!! this is just fascinating!! hope your weekend is spectaculious!!
Evelyn S. said…
What great editing! I do like the original image just as it is, too.
Karen said…
Love the photo and the editing. Abandoned houses always attract me, if they could only tell their stories.
Ida said…
Wonderful edit. I love the colors in your edit. To bad you weren't able to get in closer as it looks like such an interesting building.
PrairieJill said…
What a lovely effect! You've made the old doorway look soft and appealing.
Linda Kittmer said…
Nice edit Valerie. Both images are lovely and it's interesting that you just happened to find this subject in your travels. That just confirms that we need to keep are cameras with us where ever we go!
Pondside said…
Very nicely done - and just a little spooky!
Jeanne said…
This is a great old door, and I love how you edited it!
Very nice! I love old buildings, with or without doors.
Katarina said…
I like this a lot! Very nice work!

It's qiote unusual here as well to have a privy with a window - this is the first one I've seen, actually. Thanks for your nice comment!
kkkkaty said…
I love the result here;)
Janet said…
I LOVE what you have done with this photo Val...especially the way you brought out the edges!
(and I just drove home from the Lakeshore in Toronto and the weather is definitely coming!!) Stay safe in that comfy place in your latest photo!!

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