Bonnie (Pixel Dust Photo Art / Friday) this week asks "next week's 'challenge' will be to post a piece of photo art from your archives that never got the spotlight and attention it deserved" -- therefore... Since I am out-of-town, prepared and saved this as a draft; will do a link and post.
[with Bonnie's Winter Wonderland Texture]
(Click above to link to the challenge.)
You have created a moody, mysterious winter night, Karen. Thank you for showing us the layers that reveal the process you used. I like how much of the texture you removed. Sometimes I feel folks do not remove enough to do justice to their photograph. Thanks for sharing your work with Photo Art Friday!
Wow, what a transformation. I love the resulting moody wintry scene.
Really like that mysterious and wintery look that you have created! So lovely Karen! Hope your thanksgiving was really wonderful. Holidays can be a bit difficult having lost someone important to you this past year. Blessings to you! Jeanne
thank you... your texture, Bonnie, was a challenge because it is so bold and could have been overwhelming; i very much like how it complimented the background - not repeating - but, being different than the trees in the foreground. very cool. in my opinion, a good marriage of texture. of course, the other blue, just enhanced coloring. i always appreciate the feedback. karen
Those three identical trees [larches?] side by side amused me. Is this anywhere near where you live?
And I like the way you have made them do a little dance.
What a beautiful and striking image . . .I love it :-), Teresa x
What a difference in mood and atmosphere your edit made!
Such an interesting crop - I would have thought this was taken out in the wilderness but from the original it is just a neighborhood. Nice job Karen! Enjoy your travels.
That is so amazing. Wonderful mysterious winter wonderland feelings :)
Love the way this turned out.
Hi Karen, what a great image. I am really loving your work!
a really lovely result Karen; it looks magical
i can only second carole: it looks magical!!
I try not to touch my photo's too much and try to stick to what I shoot is what you get but this is remarkable
This turned out really special, Karen, wonderful Winter Wonderland !
Wish you a nice weekend,
That's quite a transformation, Karen! I think it is very interesting and fascinating how you turned a fall image into a winter wonderland - stunning!
I love, love, love this effect! What a wonderful transformation. Very Christmas-y.
Delightful edit. The textures did great things here.
I so enjoy seeing everyone's photo art! This has such great texture and depth, I love it!
That red sky is funky and interesting and the trees kind of take on an otherworldly look. A good example of how cropping can help focus attention!
LOVE this Karen! I think exclusion is one of those edgy modes that completely transform an image! Bravo!
Winter Wonderland indeed! beautiful
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