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February’s Last Snow Fall

 

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This morning we woke up to a winter wonderland with every tree and shrub branch just loaded with white fluffy snow.  I ventured out as far as the deck to get a few shots of the backyard.  The obelisk in the round garden was the photo I chose for today’s themes.  I added a preset of black and white from lightroom and then in photoshop I added Pixel Dust Photo Art’s texture of antique me.  I thought it gave an old world feel to the photo.

I will be joining ThursdaysatDearLittleRedHouse where the theme is architecture today and Photo Art Friday where the theme this week is vintage.

Have a great day.

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Comments

Anonymous said…
The snow was so pretty this morning, but dropped very quickly off the trees. We have just finished clearing the driveway ... thank goodness for snow blowers.
Your obelisk looks very pretty.
Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful Valerie! I like the editing. It's trying to storm here but not successfully at this point. We've had a bit of everything but the snow event is a no show so far.
Lorrie said…
That is a great piece of architecture, especially when covered in snow. Beautiful photo and I love what you've done to it.
It did look like a winter wonderland this morning and your photo compliments it so well. Great edit job.
Kim Stevens said…
Yes, such a great photo and I do love the texture you chose for it!
Anonymous said…
Just simply lovely winter architecture.
Vee said…
Classic! And the snow is certainly a softening touch.
Valerie,
Your photograph of the obelisk is exquisite!!!
I L O V E SNOW and this architectural structure ladden with SNOW is stunning, dear one!!!
I so appreciate sharing your techniques with us!!!
Fondly,
Pat
An obelisk definitely adds architecture to the garden.
Nice textures Val.
Judith
Jeanne said…
Such a beautiful winter photo ! And love the texture with this
Beth said…
Your photo is absolutely stunning, Valerie! Winter wonderland!
podso said…
Valerie, what a beautiful photo! You've done a great creative job on it, and I bet the original was pretty good too.
Bonnie said…
Perfect in composition and its 'vintage-ness'!
Prairie Jill said…
Beautiful image! And the texture is perfect - it looks like frost around the edges.
Annemor said…
Lovey winter photo.
Best whises.
Mormor Norway

http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2013/02/28/photo-art-friday-march-1st-2nd/
NatureFootstep said…
great chosie for yoru vintage image. :)
It really was a winter wonderland out there Thursday morning and this photo captures it beautifully. Now hopefully that's the last of the snowfall for the season (but I doubt it)
Such a clever way of highlighting the architecture of the piece. Your showscape must be glorious. I love the texture that you added to your beautiful photo.

Karen
Currie Silver said…
so BEautimous, Valerie, it makes me almost miss the snow.

really love how you have processed it. feels very vintage-y!!
Anonymous said…
beautiful picture!
The Artful Diva said…
hopefully, your March skies will be filled with sunshine and NOT snow!
Ida said…
Wonderful wintery beauty you've created here. The texture worked great with your photo. We've not had much of the "white stuff" here this winter (for which I'm thankful) but it's lovely to see photos of it like yours.
Wow, that's a lot of snow! It's all melted away here. I love obelisques, they make such pretty garden structures. :)
kkkkaty said…
I love old snow photos..it takes us back in time..lovely.
Mary said…
What a beautiful scene, with the snow dusting your garden obelisk! Thanks so much for contributing to Thursday's Inspiration. xoxo
teri said…
Really nice vintage photo. Thanks for stopping by my place- see you again soon.
Micupoftea~ said…
How magical, Valerie! It would be such a treat to wake up in the morning and see a blanket of sparkling snow. Alas, our temps this week have been around 85 with hot, gusty Santa Ana Winds...not my favorite. Makes us all sneeze! Can't wait to get back to regular 'winter' next week, when it will drop into the 60's! Hurrah~
Great photo. HAPPY March :)

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