pdpa vellum texture used
Photo Art Friday
Beautiful edit. Valerie
love all the differing roof lines. a cool place!
and thank you for your kind words on my post today. 🙂
I can picture my studio in the left wing of that farmhouse!
Wow, such a beautiful farm. The Amish sure have some mad skills to create all that using old-fashioned tools.
What a beautiful place. I love the simplicity of the texture, too.
Like theartfuldiva….. I can just picture myself sitting there writing. It looks very peaceful.
That’s some Farmhouse! – I am so glad I clicked to enlarge the photo’s as the texture showed up so much more. Very nice processing.
The white building pops against the leafless trees.
wonderful shots! looks like a cool place!
Thanks for visiting me today. I love the idea of doing some kind of watercolor effect on the overexposed shot. I am usually a SOOC photographer but I have been getting the itch to experiment a little….I think it will be with the watercolor idea.
Beautiful photos, good capture.
This ‘spread’ sits well….so neat and tidy! Good catch, Pat!
A beautiful, welcoming, solid looking structure that you found. The vellum texture is very subtle and lends a softening to the tones which is really pleasing.
So peaceful, what a lovely shot in nature 🙂
Pat, once again, fantastic subject matter and captures!
Love the purity and simplicity here, Pat. The Vellum texture is a perfect choice for your subject. Thank you for linking up with Photo Art Friday.
Looks like a nice place. Great shots!
This is wonderful Pat.
I am always curious as to what the inside of an Amish house looks like.
Happy Sunday to you!
What a beautiful farm!!
Beautifully white! Are all the Amish houses like this?
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