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A Church Steeple for Photo Art Friday

Newmarket steeple with pdpa texture

Bonnie gave us a lovely texture to add to our photo this week called signed and sealed.  I used it on a photo of a steeple on a building in downtown Newmarket.  I thought that the texture just needed enough empty space for all the writing in the texture.

I will be joining Pixel Dust Photo Art for Photo Friday.  I hope that you have a great weekend.  The parking lots at the malls are packed now with Christmas shoppers. I hope that my blogging friends in the United States had a wonderful meal with family or partook of another way to spend the day  and of course took the time to count your blessings.



Phyllis said…
Hello! Your church steeple looks just perfect on this texture. It looks a little brighter right at the center, as if it were glowing. The color of the steeple matches the texture perfectly.
eljaygee said…
Nice edit. You are so right - it was the space in an image that this texture needed
The texture and this steeple are a perfect match. Well done.
Hi Val
I like the vintage look created, this would make a great postcard.
It looks perfect with the texture. Enjoy the weekend. Jen
Currie Silver said…
what a perfect choice, this steeple.
Pondside said…
What a beautiful image you've created. It would make a perfect Christmas card.
PrairieJill said…
You're right - the texture works so well with the empty space in this image. Great result!
Ida said…
Love that you used this intricate looking steeple with the texture. They worked great together and your piece turned out lovely.
Naturegirl said…
A wonderful job editing this image ..certainly a postcard or worthy of framing!
The Artful Diva said…
I recently used that texture too - it is a good one. Works so well with the church steeple.

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