Friday, October 26, 2012

Nancy's "sweet", sweet pea...


It's been awhile since I posted to Bonnie's Photo Art Friday
She generously gave us this free cobblestone textured background that I used here...isn't it pretty? 
The photo was taken by my friend Nancy of her favorite 
flower, the sweet pea, just recently due to our Indian Summer weather, and it is a beauty!  
It is straight out of her camera...then I experimented 
with it a bit for fun.  I hope you enjoy them ;)















14 comments:

  1. What a lovely flower, and it looks great against this cobblestone walkway. like you addition of the sign too! So welcome back!

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  2. How I love sweet peas! Both images are beautifully presented! Thank you for sharing with Photo Art Friday, Kathy.

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  3. Very pretty. I really like the 1st edit. Great use of that texture. Sweet Pea's are lovely flowers.

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  4. very nice...i love the elements you bring together in this...lovely flower...and the tea off to the side...ha...nice touch...

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  5. It is truly beautiful....in all cases! I'll be re-visiting your blog this afternoon to read the poetry! Wow!

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  6. Not in the derelict category but I had to see what was going on over at Pixel Dust Studio;_)

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  7. What a beautiful series this is!
    Wonderful processing.

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  8. I love this flower too. If I´m not wrong it has a nice scent too. You have done gret work here and I´m not able to chose a favourite. :)

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  9. Very pretty - and great processing.

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  10. Very nice. Sweet pea is such a lovely flower and I especially like what you did with the text overlay in the 3rd image. I'm also impressed by how quick you were to use Bonnie's cobblestone texture. You're already for next week and I haven't even given it any thought yet...

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  11. a beautiful flower and you have managed to make it into four wonderful images~!

    i'm happy to have found your blog. thank you for visiting mine.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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