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Lilac Time

Miss Kim Lilac with KKawaken texture


This week for Texture Tuesday we were asked to use a texture by Kim Klassen called Mini May for our photo.   I chose awaken from the set of three and added them twice with a few adjustments along the way.  The lilac grows in my front garden and is loaded with bloom this year.  I must prune it though as it is taking over this little garden at the front of the house.  The tag said it would be a dwarf variety and it isn’t tall but she is getting like my waistline in girth.  Both of us could use a little dieting.    Ha Ha. 

I am joining Kim Klassen for Texture TuesdayTexture Tuesday.    Hope you are having a great day.

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Comments

The lilacs have been wonderful this year, and are just starting to drop now.
Beautiful Val. The lilacs this year have had a heavenly scent, the backyard smells wonderful. Take care, Jen
My lilacs are just starting to open and I know what you mean about 'Miss Kim'. My PW 'Bloomerang' appears to have died. :-(
Judith
Lorrie said…
What a beautiful photo! Well worth printing and framing, I'd say. Our lilacs are gone, but I certainly enjoyed them while they lasted.
Lisa Gordon said…
What a beauty this is!
Pondside said…
How pretty! I wish my lilac had done well this year - it was pretty thin. I'll have to try a pruning such as Judith recommended on her post and see if it helps for next year.
I do love lilacs and you've certainly done this one justice with your gorgeous photo.
-Karen
Jill Harrison said…
so beautiful - I love the image, the colours are gorgeous, and you have used the texture to wonderful effect.
I must admit that I haven't had time to play around with textures lately, and am so far behind in Kim's Beyond2. Oh well.
Have a wonderful weekend, and thanks for stopping by my blog this week.
Carolyn said…
Beautiful!

Carolyn
Ruth said…
Gorgeous lilacs and perfectly processed too!
Georgianna said…
So beautiful, Valerie! The Korean lilacs are very sweet and delicate but I have seen them get quite large. Since our lilacs have been over for almost a month, it's a treat to see this.

Wishing you a great week!

G
I love lilacs but in our yard many of them has died during the winter, I don't know why. Wonderful edit.

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