magnificent, soft and subtle!
Such pretty shots and processing.
One of my favorite flowers in the spring, they are so gorgeous!!
Excellent job with the layers and textures. I have only played with one of Kim Klassen's layer techniques and posted a before and after photo on my blog. Such a simple layer technique and it really makes the photo pop. Now to add texture layers.Must tell you that I've really been enjoying the hunt for beautiful silk flowers at Michaels. I got a gorgeous large arrangement for Mom for Mother's Day that will last longer than any cut flower arrangement. Found a small bouquet for myself, too.I think our local farmers' market will start on Sundays in late May or early June. There are some flower vendors that bring great stuff. Besides veggies, I'll be getting fresh cut flowers to photograph.Take care and keep up the great work.Marrianna
All are pretty but really like the third one - so simple yet so beautiful!
Very beautiful pictures.
I saw a Ranuncula and had to visit :) I love the composition and the light you've captured in these :)
Sweet little bottles in addition to some beautiful blooms! Would love for you to share it with my new Flower Art Linkup that I started today. Hope to see you there! http://www.photosbyleanne.net/2012/04/flower-art-friday.html
Beautiful pictures, just perfect work.
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