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Monday, September 19, 2011

texture tuesday

for TT with textures from kim...

30 comments:

  1. Schöööööööööööööön *schwärm*

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  2. Oh that's very nice!
    Heidi M via texture tuesday

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  3. Good morning, I just got there before you our link thingys were whirring away together :-)
    What a beuatiful piece of work you've produced, the texture work is lovely . . . Teresa x

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  4. What an interesting plant! Terrific composition!

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  5. The texture work is beautiful. I love all that colors and tones.

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  6. This shot is so amazing...especially viewed on black! The detail in these amazing seeds is awesome...I love your processing too! Not too overdone. Excellent work! Love it.

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  7. your plant photos are always so special. This is another gorgeous one, love the layers you added, dreams and seed do change the world indeed.

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  8. Is that Queen Anne's Lace? Lovely photo and editing. Great detail.

    Visiting from TT. Have a wonderful day! :)

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  9. I Love this! This is such a wonderful image and the quote is just perfect.

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  10. That's a very unusual looking plant, great job using the textures. I love your photo!

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  11. Absolutely gorgeous! what an interesting prickly plant!

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  12. LOVE this edit! I hope people click on it to get a larger view. Beautiful.

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  13. Fabulous texture and beautiful colour too ... a great piece indeed
    hugs June

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  14. Not only beautiful processing, but a fabulous composition. The colors are gorgeous!

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  15. What a great plant for the added texture!! Wonderful!!

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  16. That is one of the most unusual plants I have even seen. It looks like it could grow on the bottom of the ocean - good work!

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  17. Oh that's lovely!! So good to see you here too... It's you who got me interested in Kim's classes and textures... so I thank you Johanna!! =)

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  18. Very beautiful!! I love everything about this, the colors, the textures and the text you chose!

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  19. Fantastische Farben und der Spruch gefällt mir sehr gut.

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  20. Beautiful words to accompany a lovely photo.

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  21. Tiefste Bewunderung für die Gabe ein solches Photo machen zu können!!! TOLL!

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