Wild Bird Wednesday
Fantastic shot of the grackle.
Beautiful shot! Very creative.
They are pretty birds, love their colors. Beautiful image, Pat!
wow fantastic image Pat!
The watercolor edit is fabulous Pat!
nice work! 🙂
Cool watercolor Pat!
Thats great! Is it a “filtered” photograph or an original watercolour – either way I like it.
Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW. Stewart M – Melbourne
Stewart, thanks! It’s a photo I took plus a bit of tinkering in Photoshop.
wow, is this still based on a photo or did you do this yourself? stunning!
Thanks Petra! It’s a photo. I love watercolor but I’m not very good at it. I found a Photoshop watercolor effect tutorial on YouTube.
looks great. I have to try this too!
Fabulous! I should do some bird paintings … you inspire me.
Great shot, great post processing!
Dont know what the background shape is, but its effective in this watercoloured image
Very very good
Oh it’s wonderful! I LOVE Grackles!
Oh lovely as a painting..I haven’t seen any here as they leave for the winter…Michelle
I so want a box of this watercolour series!! Pat, this is gorgeous!
A heavenly watercolor.. wish i could paint!
Starting to miss those captures that look like photos. ): Margie
That watercolor effect is beautiful! And it’s snowing. What’s happening– I thought I had returned to Florida!
You are really becoming so good at this technique Pat. 🙂
Fantastic edit! I love it!
Beautiful shot.. Love the watercolour texture/effect.
Nice photo and lovely watercolour painting of the bird!
love the shimmery blue! its great.
I am just lovin’ all of your watercolor effects…all of them are just stunning!! Great work!!
Nice effect. You realize that all of us will now spend the weekend playing with old pictures in Photoshop so we can be like you!
Most people don’t think of them as beautiful, but they really are beautiful with their iridescent feather.
Love Grackles! Great shot!
You’ve made a very common bird [1000s of them here in Texas] so very beautiful with the textured effect and colors!!! Well done
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