Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Texture Tuesday




During the summer we spent a couple of gorgeous days in Oxford.  I have lots of images from there waiting to be edited, but here is the first of them.  I love the beautiful stonework, the history of the colleges (this was shot in Balliol) and the whole atmosphere of the city. The sunshine didn't hurt either. ;)


Image processed using Kim Klassen texture sunkissed.





20 comments:

  1. How beautiful to have that flower arrangement in front of this historical building.

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  2. Love the softness of the building.

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  3. Beautiful window and beautiful processing. Look forward to more photos.

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  4. Oxford? That's where I went to school! I'm sure it's changed masses since I was there. I love the architecture and it reminds me of my childhood!
    Thank you for your visit to my place!

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  5. What a gorgeous door frame. Love this image, Becs. It is so romantic in composition and mood.

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  6. What a lovely capture, Becs !
    Lovely tones and texture work !
    Nice week,
    Sylvia

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  7. Oh to spend some time at Oxford must have been wonderful...you have captured this spot beautifully!!

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  8. The contrast of the flowers and the architecture is stunning...You did a wonderful job on the edit....

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  9. This is so lovely, beautiful stonework & love the edit.

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  10. Oh, I love your composition! Beautiful flowers and door!

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  11. Oh, my! what wonderful architecture. I can bet I will fall in love with your entire Oxford series. I love the way the window provides a lovely backdrop for the exuberant floral arrangement. Lovely toning from your texture application.

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  12. Such a magical image, soft and gosh so lovely Becks.

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  13. This looks like a beautiful painting, Becs!

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  14. That is so lovely. It's always fun to have the added photo ops when on a get-away or vacation. Will be nice to see the rest from your trip. :)

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  15. So lovely! The soft flowers against the heavy, time-worn door make a stunning photo. I'm glad to hear you'll be showing us more of Oxford. Have you seen the series Endeavour, set in Oxford? I love all the town spires . . .

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  16. Gorgeous. I envy the beauty of the centuries' old buildings you have. There is such a lot of grace and dignity about them.

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  17. There is something about Oxford, isn't there? So many photographic opportunities and the old bricks and old buildings are only part of it. Love how you developed this one!

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  18. It sure looks lovely, Becs! Glad you had a happy summer. xo

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  19. Beautiful. Great composition.

    Earl

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