Tuesday, August 30, 2011

... orange you gonna take a peek? ...

This week Texture Tuesday has a theme of  "orange".  Here are my offerings:


A nasturtium bud enhanced with Kim Klassen's "Dream" texture.



A gerbera reaching for the sun, enhanced by Kim Klassen's MUSICART texture.



An orange day lily enhanced with one of my textures and given a painterly feel.



Scroll down to my previous post and pick up a free texture!

22 comments:

  1. Ooooh nice, think the second is my favorite image.

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  2. Beautiful! You've turned your photos into wonderful artwork:)

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  3. Love the title of your post and the fabulous art and images within.

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  4. You outdid yourself - I love them all - especially the middle photo!

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  5. i couldn´t pic a favorite - love them all!

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  6. Love the textures on your photos. Well done. V

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  7. Love all your images! Beautiful work. Can't decide which is my favorite.
    Thanks for the free texture also.
    I used one of your's in one of my TT photos.

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  8. I love how your images have an abstract quality and wonderful composition.
    They are works of art! The daylily is especially dramatic.

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  9. Ohhhh! I like what you did with these images!! Very cool effects! And I love kim's "Dream" texture too! Love what you did with it here! :)

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  10. Oh, that last one should be hung on a wall!

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  11. Wow! These are absolutely gorgeous!!

    I wanted to thank you, too, for joining my art blog hop!
    I am your newest follower! :)

    All the best!
    Mary C. Nasser
    http://www.marycnasser.com/blog.html

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  12. Gorgeous Bonnie...each one. I do love that painterly feel.

    Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent.

    Bright blessings,
    Kathy

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  13. The use of texture certainly brings a new dimension to the photos. I think my favourite is the first one with its softened tones and delicate tracings of leaves, allowing the blossoms to quietly trumpet their energy and beauty.

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  14. Very beautiful - all of them, but my fav is the second one - great perspective!

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  15. Wonderful, delicious with those colors and textures, I love them all.

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  16. Georgeous, I like them all! I have a soft spot for flowers too!

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