Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Texture Tuesday




What we see depends mainly on what we look for.
John Lubbock


What do you see?



Image processed using Kim Klassen texture add some noise 4.





12 comments:

  1. So lovely. I am always stunned when I see flowers in B & W and realized how beautiful they can be process that way.

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  2. This is wonderful in black and white, Becs.

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  3. Wonderful b&w, Becs, lovely details with the noise texture !
    Nice week,
    Sylvia

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  4. I see a wonderful photo, beautifully processed, Becs! Have a wonderful day!

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  5. Gorgeous i black and white such great contrast..

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  6. I saw a vintage 1970s magazine, not exactly sure why with it being a flower/grass but that is the first thought I had and I love it!

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  7. I see tiny fairy lights, glowing! Love that quote and your BW treatment.

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  8. Oh I love this in black and white, and the quote is so good.

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  9. Lovely black and white. The tiny ends of the blooms are so clear with this edit. I see enchantment!

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  10. Wow - great quote. Hits home in my life right now and the re-awakening I've been experiencing. Your image is lovely!!

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  11. What a great black and white photo. I see twinkling lights or fireflies dancing around the edges of your flower. Very lovely.

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  12. Your quote is so true--I firmly believe it's best to look on the bright side almost no matter what. It certainly makes it easier to smile at a stranger or send a cheery "good morning" to someone. And, as several of your other commenters point out, it is surprising to see how beautiful normally colorful flowers can look in black & white.

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