Wednesday, 10 September 2014

A little flower music


Flower Music


I picked these pretty Japanese anemone from my garden today as I ease back into old, yet almost forgotten, routines.

September is always hard for me to get back in to.  But sometimes getting the first few things under my belt is all it takes and I think I'm nearly there.  Lots of images to get through from the holidays, but at least I have started to pick up the rhythm.

Looking forward to catching up on all my favourite blogs.  I loved the break, but I'm looking forward to seeing you too. :)


Linking up with Texture Tuesday.
Image processed using Kim Klassen texture musiclovin.




12 comments:

  1. A wonderful image, beautifully accented with the texture--love it!

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  2. Such a pretty edit glad to see you back...

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  3. Nice to see you back after holidays. I love these flowers and would love to have some in my garden. Enjoy your day!!

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  4. Love the monochrome of this image - it really shows off the lovely shapes - and the way you have given this lots of negative space to surround and envelop the flowers. So lovely! Looking forward to seeing your holiday images.

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  5. I love this image. It makes me think of those pressed flower books that Victorian ladies used to make. I'd frame it and hang it on my wall.

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  6. Good to see you back! I've missed you! Love this image! I like Leon's thoughts, it does look very vintage!

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  7. fabulous image, and your processing is perfect, becs!
    i love that texture ... would be so lovely hanging in a music room!
    welcome back! :)

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  8. Truly exquisite, Becs! A beautiful compo and gorgeous edit! :)

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  9. SO pretty! Enjoy getting back into the rhythm, I always like a bit of routine to get the boring things done :)

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  10. so much shifting this time of year...
    and lovely image!

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  11. Lots of images to get through from the holidays, but at least I have started to pick up the rhythm.Germany

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