Tuesday, 7 May 2013

How about orange?



Orange seemed to present itself as the pop required for this week's Texture Tuesday.

It also made a nice accompaniment to the first shot of my resurrected 365: collection of moments project (per yesterday's post). :)



Juice anyone?



Top image processed using Kim Klassen texture cool grunge.






21 comments:

  1. Oh! This looks so delicious! Beautiful composition and processing.

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  2. Yummy and beautiful! Orange was a great choice for pop.

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  3. Thirsty now out to the kitchen I go...

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  4. Oh, yes - orange is most definitely a POP of color! Love your textured orange but even more, the moment captured - with those pigtails and the concentration, this girl on task!

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  5. Very nice image, pop and texture, Excellent fruit

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  6. Love the pop of orange and I'm sure you loved the fresh squeezed orange juice!

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  7. Wonderful photos! That one of your daughter squeezing the oranges is precious and looks like the start of a fine morning.

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  8. My mouth is watering and I can smell the heavenly oranges. Great photo(s) and edit for TT.

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  9. gorgeous shot - i can practically smell them.

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  10. I like the idea you chose for Pop theme. Always nice to visit and see what others had for ideas for texture tuesday and other photography.

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  11. My favorite part of the photos is your daughter's braids. So cute!

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  12. Orange, orange, orange...so bright and it really does pop. I'm with Sharon -- love the moo's braids!!! xo

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  13. Orange is a great idea for this theme !
    Lovely photos, Becs !
    Sylvia

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  14. And a wonderful "pop" it is!
    There is nothing quite like freshly squeezed orange juice.

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  15. Beautifully composed. You can just see the juice ready to come out and refresh me.

    Earl

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  16. Wow! Cool Grunge is one of my favorite textures of Kim Klassen. I never would have thought to use it with oranges ... It works! The magic of blend modes and opacity!

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  17. Orange--right down to the tips of your daughter's braids! Definitely a "pop" here.

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