Ahhh, I thought the blue of the brick looked a bit too blue for natural color! I do enjoy bumping the saturation on my shots, but I have to be careful not to go to outside of reality!
A charming kaleidoscope of colors! Very comforting.
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the last two. Wonderful! :D Thanks for bringing some color into my day.
you know I love colors!! teal is my favorite. I really like how you placed the turquoise one right before the orange one, really effective! I also like how they're abstract shapes.
beautiful work , realy nice and colorfull shots, i love no 1 and no 2 of this post. very nice.
Dearest Patty,The last photo is so cool. How could anyone think of such colors for a building? Maybe the owners are in-love or perhaps too happy that it really speaks even in their choice of paint.. :) well, just a thought..miss ya,Loida
Boy I'm glad you mentioned the altering. I couldn't imagine the green bricks as real but, considering your talents, wasn't sure. Good luck on the assignments. I've been starting to work on coloring photos but trying to use layers, clone, opacities and pick up colors a flower, for instance...so there is added textures and shadows as well...I can't explain it. I'd post an example. But so far, I also can't actually DO it either...it comes out just looking like a montage instead of...mumble mumble. Heck. I just love your work.
Glorious colors! I especially like that turquoise building. Great shots.
Color always makes me happy, so you did a good job with theses shots. :)
Oh, I love these! The reflector on the fence is my favorite. I am so excited for this week's shoot out, I have the post all scheduled and ready to go. :)
Jen. Thanks. I like the reflector, too. I took that on the fence at our marina.Can't wait to see what your cemeteries have to offer.Butler and Bagman get to pick the April 3 assignment. I love our shoot outs!
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