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Abstract Flowers

 Flowers in abstract with pdpa sibelle

I found this photo in my Lightroom files yesterday and I decided to join Bonnie for her monthly Pixel Dust Photo Art PhotoArtFriday.

Her theme this month was funny enough abstract art.  So I added one of her textures called Si  Belle to my abstract flowers and that is it.

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Comments

I like when the process is simple and the results turn out so great. Fantastic!!!!
Anonymous said…
Love the texture and your abstract flower. The mix of colors is very nice.

Happy March!
Peabea
Katarina said…
Love the happy colours in this vibrant piece of art.
Bonnie said…
Beautifully abstract, Valerie! It's nice to have a bank of edited photos to pull out when needed, isn't it!
Bonnie said…
Oh dear ... got some message to try again. Love how abstract your image is!! I love having a bank of already edited photos to pull out as needed, too!
Andrea said…
Well, whatever you did, it worked. A beautiful abstract indeed, Valerie. You make it sound so simple and yet ... who could do this?

Andrea @ From The Sol
Jeanne said…
Very pretty and you have captured the colors of spring which I hope sincerely is coming soon!
Lorrie said…
Love the washes of colour, so welcome at this time of year.
Pamela Gordon said…
It is beautiful, Valerie! I love the bright colours and the soft effect to it. Very nicely done.
June Caedmon said…
So pretty, Valerie! I love the watercolor affect you've achieved!
Pretty neat effect Val, I thought at first you used Waterlogue.
Country Gal said…
Pretty ! All the colours of spring !
abrianna said…
Colorful abstract!
Ida said…
Very pretty piece. It has a lovely, soft watercolor washed effect.
Kim Stevens said…
There is a lovely movement in this!
Miriam said…
This is so lovely.
Currie Silver said…
wondrous colours and it is sort of the dance of Spring!!
Lisa Gordon said…
It looks like a painting, Valerie, and a very beautiful one.

Have a great weekend!

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