Chronicles of a mature learner
I can see you were really have fun with the Photoshop filters. That software takes a snapshot to a whole new level. And I'm glad for you that Mr. Peacock--as handsome as he was--is home and not next door.
As always beautiufl photography Jill. That seascape is lovely and I am thinking what a wonderful source of inspiration it would make for a tapestry of some sort or perhaps a machine embroidered piece using torn strips of different coloured fabric, maybe silks.....! I dare say that is as far as I'll get with it but the idea is there. Glad the peacock went home they are beautiful but very noisy creatures aren't they?Jane
Love these photos and what you have done with them! Very inspirational! (and thank you for your comments)
I'm visiting from Amelia. Gorgeous pictures - I've been skimming through all of them. So beautiful.I couldn't resist borrowing the Austen heroine link. I fudged some of the answers to be sure of getting Elizabeth Bennet, though. ;o)
Photoshop is fun, isn't it? :O)))))Glad the peacock has found its way home. Don't think I would have been too tolerant of one.....
Jill,You and Cathy are much better at mastering Photoshop than me. I'm inspired to sort out a few snaps though and try the same moves. I have Elements 7 so should be able to get a similar effect (famous last words) The seaweed photos are super. I love that coral red colour. Will look forward to seeing the result of this inspiration in due course! Lesley
I guess Mr. Peacock is just a wake 'em and leave 'em sort of guy! Great effects with your PhotoShop. I never have the patience. Guess I need to add that to the "retirement list", too.
Wow! Lovely photos. Can't believe what you can do with photoshop :-) Amazing.
I am sure you must be delighted that the peacock has gone home. They are very noisy. Beautiful photographs. Like the shimmering on the second one.
Isn't it incredible what you can do with photos these days, I love the different effects you've achieved. Glad the peacock got home safely, now you need to re-house the frogs!
I have the utmost admiration and am envious of those of you who can manipulate in photoshop!! I am such a technical clutz!!
You did a great job with those filters - makes me want to dip a toe in....
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