Tuesday, November 15, 2011

46/52 and texture Tuesday - the Phoebe eDition

November marsh

We're transitioning to Winter here in Wisconsin...yes it's coming soon.
I've been in denial about it's arrival, but need to come to acceptance.
The snow will be here.

Taken yesterday of these cattails on a marsh overlooking a pond
 near our home.
I used two layers of Kim's 'Phoebe' texture, 
one in overlay and the other in soft light.




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13 kind words:

Susan said...

Oh my, this is just beautiful!!

Misty said...

Beautiful edit!

Wanda said...

Gorgeous shot and processing - we don't seem to have many cat tails here anymore. Just those fluffy stocks everywhere.

And I know how you're feeling about what's coming. We'll commiserate together.

xoxo

Jill Samter Photography said...

Stunning shot and edit Gail! YOU ALREADY KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT THE UPCOMING WEATHER :-( So thankful only lasts for a season....here's hoping it is shorter than last year. Xoxox

Angie said...

Really lovely image and processing. I so love cat tails. :)

Love Letters To China said...

So beautiful... Don't even get me started on our weather. ;-) Feels like summer all over again. Yuck!

xoxo

Number 6 and no more counting! said...

I am LOVING your "texture tuesday"!

lea
xo

Ashley Sisk said...

Absolutely gorgeous.

Faith Hope Love Photography said...

What a great angle!! We got our first snow last night and I think it is here to stay...only 10 above today!! Yuck!

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

What a beautiful Blog and gorgeous image with exceptional processing. Thank you. I was raised in LaCrosse and hope to return late spring to visit family. I recall the hard winters with gobs of snow - and, here I have now been in Alaska for over 40 years! I am not quite ready this year either. But, thankful to be here! Smiles. Will visit again next time. kareninkenai

Lynette said...

I've got to start experimenting with two layers of texture, never occured to me to do that.

Beautiful Capture and Composition

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful work!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

SO PRETTY!! I love the way you processed this Gail.... Her textures are lovely!

xoxo,

Lisa

 
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