Splash Time

pdpa textures used – Ephemeral, vellum
Linking to
Photo Art Friday
and Camera Critters


50 Comments on “Splash Time”

  1. TexWisGirl says:

    what a cute bathing beauty. 🙂

  2. This truly looks like a painting!! Wonderful!

  3. hannah says:

    Reminding me to put up a bird splashing place: we usually don’t need to, as there are enough puddles, but this March we have had hardly any rain.

  4. geanina says:

    just beautiful!! greetings 🙂

  5. jbcuvelier says:

    Great capture!

  6. itsallaboutpurple says:

    it is delightful to watch them bath!!

  7. Great capture Pat, an action shot! Margie

  8. Very nice. I might get a bird bath too one day.

  9. jillsygirl says:

    Splendid capture and processing. (For some reason, I could not comment using Firefox even though I have done so before since it’s my default browser. I had to switch to Chrome and come back)

  10. Bonnie says:

    Very nice Pat! The textures make it look like the robin is losing soming of his down due to his flapping in the birdbath. Thank you for sharing with PAF!

  11. RH West says:

    A beautiful capture there Pat 🙂

  12. ceevee says:

    What a capture. Such movement. And the texture is appropriate to the scene!

  13. Marilyn says:

    Wonderful photo.

  14. Fergiemoto says:

    Oh, my goodness, this is sooo adorable!! I love that the robins have arrived!

  15. JillB says:

    Great shot and a perfect choice of textures!

  16. Nadege says:

    Beautiful capture and great use of textures.

  17. I absolutely love the painted look of this photo. Bravo!
    Stay inspired!

  18. ormbunke says:

    En underbar tavla på fågeln. Ha de gott i helgen.

  19. Phyllis says:

    I love your robin. The texture you used makes it look like water is swirling all around. And I like the color contrast of the orange and blue.

  20. Sherri B. says:

    What a sweet image – your effects only add to it! Wonderful. 🙂

  21. DRODDEL says:

    Wow,- this is just wonderful! The texture works really well!

  22. JM says:

    Great timing! The photo is wonderful.

  23. Tricia says:

    Splish splash, I was takin’ a bath… long about a Saturday night! heheheee =)

  24. Deborah says:

    this is glorious Pat!

  25. kareninkenai says:

    Love the image and looking forward to spring! Thanks so much for sharing. Visiting from PAF. Karen

  26. This is simply beautiful!

  27. Ida says:

    This is so sweet. It does look like a lovely painting.

  28. Leovi says:

    What beautiful light and color … Exquisite, a bath does not hurt, spectacular!

  29. Anki-itte says:

    This is a very nice picture.

  30. Wonderful! I remember when sighting the first robin was so special–now it’s dozens at a time!
    But the singing is glorious!

  31. Kim Stevens says:

    This. is. fantabulous!! Really, really beautiful!

  32. Such a beauty… don’t you love to see the song birds return? I do SO much!

  33. Oh Pat, another of your beautiful birdies.

  34. marciescudder says:

    Such a sweet image..and such wonderful use of textures!

  35. fromsophiesview says:

    love the robin…I have always loved robins!!

  36. Boom & Gary says:

    Great capture. Ours look a little disgruntled that they may have returned too soon. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  37. giannina says:

    looks like fun! 🙂 beautiful shot.

  38. Valerie says:

    Isn’t, that lovely to see him having his bath. Very cute . V

  39. greenthumbs47 says:

    just beautiful!

  40. lisabutterybooks says:

    Great capture!

  41. Nancy says:

    You have one of those cool bird baths with the fountain — I want one of those! Great shot, Pat. 🙂

  42. ladyfi says:

    Another wonderfully artistic shot!

  43. That’s gorgeous, Pat! Love the effect!

  44. eileeninmd says:

    There is something about a bird in the bath that looks so darn cute. Great capture!

  45. Hootin' Anni says:

    This image, tho a photo, looks like you’ve textured it with paints!!! I love it.


  46. CameraCruise says:

    Wow, beautiful, love it!

  47. Kathy says:

    It’s finally warm enough for the birds to enjoy an early spring bath!

  48. Loving your blog! Simply Beautiful. Thanks.

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