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I have been downloading some different apps into my iPhone and iPad to use with photos I take when I am out and about.  I created this little collage from an app called Pic Stitch which is free. The edits were done using Snapseed,  another app that is really terrific and free.  I used it to collect the photos I took along my morning walk route over the last few weeks.  The photo in the top right is our weeping pea tree in the last ice storm. 

I am joining Mary for Thursdays Inspiration theme of Trees.   Hope you are enjoying the day.

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Comments

Anonymous said…
Gotta love those free apps. I'll be checking out the ones you mentioned.
Lorrie said…
I've never heard of a weeping pea tree, but what interesting pods it has! Really stylish.

So many apps. So little time!
Pamela Gordon said…
I'll have to take a look at those new apps Valerie. The photo of the blossoms is pretty. I hope your weeping tree wasn't damaged from the ice. Pam
Love the close up photo of the branch of blossom.
Shane ♥
podso said…
That's a new tree to me. I like your photo adaptations!
Is that a witch hazel in the bottom right? Love those trees!
Pondside said…
A Weeping Pea Tree? That is interesting!
Lisa Gordon said…
These are really beautiful, Valerie!
I love Snapseed. It's relatively easy to use, and gives some wonderful results.

My favorite is the 4th one here. What a beauty that is.

Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

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