Das sieht wunderschön aus liebe Pat 🙂
We aren’t quite there yet, but thanks Pat for the preview. Lovely.
Maple keys never looked so beautiful! I love your treatment of this photo.
Hi Pat, is it a photo or a painting ? What kind of texture do you use ?
I wish you a sunny new week. Best regards, Synnöve
It’s a photo. I use Photoshop to make it look like a watercolor.
Wow, a great piece of artwork.
Very pretty Pat!
You know, I don’t have one maple tree in my yard. 🙂
A lovely edit!!
Lovely capture. I love the way you’ve given it the watercolor effect.
like socks hanging on the line. 🙂
A beautiful composition, excellent framing, beautiful light and color in flowers, pure poetry!
Beautiful, looks like a painting !
Pat, wonderful! I love this shot!
beautiful. love it 🙂
Beautiful! They look like ballet slippers to me.
How pretty this is, Pat.
As kids, we used to call these helicopters, because when you tossed them into the air, they would come down looking just like a helicopter. 🙂
They’re so delicate looking. The watercolor look is very nice. 🙂
Wow – simply gorgeous!
Thats a very nice picture. The architecture of plants is remarkable really.
Stewart M – Melbourne
have a nice day!
Love the treatment you gave to the lovely seed shot.
Lovely, rich presentation. Admire your choices of vignette and texture. Very painterly.
Gorgeous work, Pat.
Just beautiful. I love the watercolor effect on this.
I love the texture Pat..this is beautiful… Michelle
Excellent texture work 🙂
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