Monday, April 4, 2011

Texture Tuesday-Warm Sun

I thought I would give this another go.  It was really fun to see so many different pictures and different uses of textures last time.  I still haven't signed up for a Flicker account and it wouldn't let me comment.  Eventually because all the flicker photos deserved some praise!

Please forgive my lame text, I could not resist.
This has one WarmSun--soft light 100% and one WarmSun--hard light 50% masked over on the swan and fans--I mean oscillators.  My aunt has scenes like this all over her house, barn, and five acre yard.  She doesn't know it yet, but we will be going over every week now so I can take more pictures.

Do you love textures?  Hop on over to Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday to see some amazing creations.
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30 comments:

Julie said...

I love that! Great job! Take me with you. :) (And what font is that?) I like the poem. Funnily enough, I've been thinking a lot lately about running a regular "I spy" on my blog.

Buckeroomama said...

LOL, my kids would love this "I spy" theme. Don't you just love Kim Klassen's textures?! =)

Godelieve said...

Great shot! Love your editing.

Miriam said...

I really love the composition on this! Can I come on the visit as well? and I really love love love using Kim's textures, looking forward to seeing the next one x

Lesley said...

What a lovely composition! No wonder you like visiting your aunt's house. Your texture work is just beautiful too!

Cate said...

Oh - this shot is amazing. The textures really make it so much more interesting!

Val said...

Did you really not move anything to get such a great shot - your Aunt must be a natural for arranging things! Lovely use of the texture too.

KathrynAntyr said...

I spy a really cool use of Kim's textures. Thanks for sharing and for swinging by and leaving a sweet comment on my photo of the day. Cheers to more texture play!

Barbara said...

This is a fabulous photo! You could create your own vintage I Spy children's book with a set of photos like this! I would be first in line to purchase it for my classroom!

Peace!

AJ said...

What a great set-up! Love the texture...

Gale Wall said...

I bet a visit to her house would be very interesting. And the "I spy" is a great addition.

Melinda said...

This is so great! The texture just makes it even better!

Snappy Di said...

This photo says so much to me. I love it and the texture works perfectly with it.

DI
Can I visit her too? LOL

- Jessi - said...

So pretty! I love the texture you used.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Beautiful. V

leavesnbloom said...

what a great place your mom must have - so many photo opportunities with all of the bits and pieces that she has. A photographers paradise no doubt. I like how you've used the texture here.

Marilyn said...

I like the vintage feel of this - feels like an old fashioned countryl store.

Kathleen said...

Great work!! Beautiful!

helena said...

love how you used the masks - what a fun place to visit

Teresa Schmid said...

So awesome!

Clear Crick Cottage said...

I love this Cedar! Great job!
love,
Sherilyn Koss at Clear Crick Cottage

A Box of Chocolates said...

oh gosh this is superb i love the little setting and the words fantastic great texturing

wowaccountforsale said...

Super love textures! What you've done is amusing me and making my sight a little bit warm. The roughness of the lines and the objects compliments the smooth and white swan. Great job!

Tiffany said...

Pretty!

Coneflower Ranch said...

Very nice! I didn't get it together enough to get one done. I really like the compostion!

paperbird said...

wonderful!

Joyfull said...

Great job!! Love the edit and the vintage beauty you captured. Thanks for sharing.

brenda said...

Ok, first...I love how the texture warms up the image. And second...I love the text! So creative and made me smile. =)

And thank you for your kind words at my place.

allison said...

very cool - I love how you applied two layers of the texture. I never would have thought of that!

Kathy said...

Wow...this is so cool, brought back my childhood days of "I Spy". Great shot and texturing.