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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

autumn glow

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I spotted these plants clinging to crevices in a brick wall when snatching a walk between rain showers on a very blustery day.

All have been texturised with Kim Klassen’s autumn glow texture using the colour burn or overlay blending modes which really bring out the contrasts in colours between plants and brick.  Check her texture Tuesday for other uses of this versatile texture.

The frame is from the Coffee Shop blog.

13 comments:

deb duty said...

Your three images look really pretty all together in the collage. The colors are so pretty and vibrant!

Nadege, said...

I love the three images and the way you have brought them together in the frame.

Lesley said...

The texture and framing looks great and I love the way the green fern pops from the background.

Jimjams said...

Fab framing. I'm always amazed at the tenacity of Nature - especially going into Liverpool on the train: you travel quite a long way between high dank brick walls which are just covered in lovely flowering "weeds".

Pat said...

The "Autumn Glow" is the perfect choice for these lovely photos - well done!

June Scott said...

I really love these, Helena! They would make a beautifully framed triptych behind a fall display, or just anytime!

Elizabeth said...

I am very fond of nature photos and these are great. I also like the way you framed them and think they would look nice framed on a wall.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Beautiful photos, and I think the texture really works for them!
Rinda

Marilyn said...

I like what you did here. The frame and textures are a nice added touch to these images.
Thanks also for your PS tips. I'm bookmarking your site.

Miriam said...

This is gorgeous Helena, I love the colours

Heather Henry said...

Oh, these are very gorgeous shots and I love the heightened colors.

leavesnbloom said...

That frame is lovely with your textured garden shots.

Stampmouse said...

these are gorgeous