Monday, July 4, 2011

...three roses...


Three roses.  A sweet gesture from my husband to represent each of our three children.  I enjoyed them first in their pure, essential beauty.  Now captured in a photograph, I have also enjoyed embellishing them with one of my 'gauzy' textures.





This is the texture applied to the photograph of three roses.  I call it "Pink Gauze".  If you would like to try it out on some of your photographs, you can download it for free by clicking HERE.


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This week, Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday asks us to share a photograph that somehow incorporates the "threes".  I am sharing the above "three" image in her photo challenge. 

If you would like to participate or enjoy other entries, simply click HERE.

13 comments:

  1. As always, so very beautiful Bonnie!

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  2. What a lovely gesture from your husband, so sweet.

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  3. Beautiful picture and wonderful texture work. Great !

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  4. This is so pretty! I love the color of the roses and the texture is lovely.

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  5. Gorgeous photo and added texture. Thanks for the free texture, it looks like a winner!

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  6. Hiya Bonnie,
    I enjoyed playing with the earlier sheer gauze texture you allowed us to use. This pink version also looks lovely over your roses.

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  7. beautiful and feminine ~ a lovely interpretation of the '3' challenge~!

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  8. You always have the most amazing photos and the textures are beautiful!!! Love the rose shot!!!
    Please tell us about your header photo, it is so mysterious!!!

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  9. What a sweet gesture by your husband, and a perfect entry for the subject of "threes." I like how you've let the top portions of the roses pop out a bit through the gauzy overlay.

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