KK Texture used – Phoebe
Were those birds precisely where you wanted them or did you help things along a bit?
Eerie but nice 🙂
Wonderful use of the texture Pat. Couldn’t be better.
Thanks Hannah. This image is actually a composite of three photos I’ve taken recently – the moon (daytime), clouds and tree. I placed the birds last – where I wanted them.
I love that magnificent moon, excellent texture.
Beautiful Pat,…goosebump silent emotions when you look at this photo…a great texture ‘Phobe’ isn’t it, it’s on my favourites list, amongst many!
fabulous moon! I love the texture:)
i got goosebumps/shivers also. just gorgeous.
This is amazing! It looks like a painting to me! Awesome! 🙂
Oh my, I love this. It has a nice eerie look.
This is beautiful! It looks as though this is from a book!
Fabulous composition and use of texture!
gorgeous composition – i´m in awe!!
This is brilliant….wow!!
ooh,ooh, ooh… how did you get such a wonderful shot of the moon? I’ve tried many times and never get anything like this. IT IS BEAUTIFUL! Wow!!
Pat this is just STUNNING. Wonderful shot and equally wonderful use of the texture . . .Teresa x
wonderful… I want to reach out and touch that beautiful moon! love the birds 🙂
Beautiful! Love everything about it!
great work Pat, really wonderful, so atmospheric 🙂
Pat, these photos are so beautiful… My daughter squealed with delight when she saw the squirrels – we call them “tree rats”!! 🙂
Pat, this is too gorgeous for words!
A wonderful edit!! The birds are a nice touch. 🙂
always love “moon” and birds… very nice composition and texturing. thank you, kareninkenai
Wonderful subject and the texture really adds to the mood!
This is just so beautiful. beautiful comp
Amazing capture, Pat! Wow! Just wonderful! Love your texturing, too… lovely!
this is wonderful! I love how dark it is!
This is pure magic! You have inspired me to pursue bird photography!
I immediately thought of my 3 yr old daughter, she is infatuated with the moon!
Oh wow! What an awesome image! Great atmosphere.
Stunning. Fabulous work.
i love it! just love it! it is gorgeous.
Isn’t it amazing what you can do in PSE? This photo is beautiful and Kim’s texture works so nicely with it. You did a great job with the layering. Cheers and thanks for commenting on my photo this week!
A charmingly haunting image. Beautiful.
This is spectacular. I love the effect of the texture on this gorgeous capture.
Gorgeous photo and use of texture!! Nice to see something other than flowers (like mine 🙂
I am so glad I read that first comment string! I really thought this was an opportune photo captured serendipitously! But it is elegant…the moon has been gorgeous lately as it was waxing to fullness – at least from the vantage point of the great state of Texas!
WOW! Sooo beautiful. What a moon! And the birds flying next to it are so neat. Love your use of texture here as well. Really nice! 🙂
beautiful composition of images…love what the texture did for this. I haven’t had much success capturing the moon yet…this is incredible
What a fabulous photo! Love the moon and your editing.
Wow, great shot! This is so beautiful.
Gorgeous composition, it has it’s on story. Beautiful moon.
This is a stunning image! I love your composition, and the moonglow gives it a supernatural feel — very well done!
wow what an amazing photo!
This is amazing, well done! 🙂
This is gorgeous Pat!
Gorgeous photo! 🙂
Awesome shot & I love the edits!
Now that is a prize winning shot!
I don’t even have words for how amazing this photo is. Stunning.
Love this composite- great inspiration for a moon shot. My favorite parts are the birds and the overall feel/composition.
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