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That’s an astonishingly Impressionist effect, Frances!
thanks Cathy, amazing what can be done to a photo even with a very old version of PS Elements ;o) Frances
Now you are blinding me with photographic technology :)
That’s really beautiful Frances, but you need to click on the image to see just how beautiful! But then you couldn’t tell us to do that because it’s Wordless Wednesday (and you did it!). Christina
thanks Christina, yes I have got my days right this week! :o)
hmm it hadn’t occured to me that some people would not realise the photos are clickable to enlarge, perhaps I should post a note somewhere in the side bar maybe, Frances
Gorgeous! Either photo would make a lovely oil painting! I always love these sweeping views of your countryside. We have had rain almost every day this month. I think I may not mind it so much if my sodden view compared to yours!
thanks Deb, if you were here and had had rain most of the time since last August I think even the view could start to loose glamour, I too love the sweeping views but as gardeners we know the down side is learning to garden with the wind! I can imagine what your clay soil must be like after a month of rain, at least the peat doesn’t get as muddy as clay, Frances
love your photoart Frances – like a Monet
thanks Laura, looking through rain covered windows always reminds me of the impressionist style, Frances
Frances both views are breathtaking…I agree they are perfect as a paintings.
thanks Donna, hmm …. they are the same view, the first is the photo as it came off the camera, it was taken through a rain covered window, the second photo is the same photo with the paint filter and saturation increased by 10%, views through wet windows lend themselves to impressionistic interpretation, Frances
ooo almost pointilist – lovely effect
thanks Helen, Frances
I always love photos of your meadow and this is no exception. The raindrops really lent themselves to the watercolour effect.
thanks Marguerite, Frances
How very beautiful – a lesson in finding the beauty in even the most dreary of weather!
thanks Janet, Frances
Extremely effective with the raindrops on the window pane .
thanks Alistair, Frances
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