REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Day Two -- Christmas Textures

This is a challenge that I'm going to love!  Kim Klassen has gifted her second of twelve textures with beautiful "Annabelle."    I've used it on an image of a vintage glass bottle I bought on Etsy from my online friend, Lynn Stevens, and I've added a Nelly Nero action.

15 comments:

Riet said...

Thisd looks so very nice!

TexWisGirl said...

i like the 'tin-type' effect.

Teresa O said...

The composition, the texture, and the action all meld into one lovely vintage photo.

Rosie said...

How beautiful, Evelyn! I love the vintage style to go with that texture! Can't wait to try this new texture, too!

Sherri B. said...

What a beautiful, aged effect you've achieved! Just lovely...

Carole Meisenhelter said...

how beautiful; the texture looks lovely over your new Christmas decoration; lovely photo

Mary Ann Potter said...

I love this! You've achieved a perfect vintage look!

Barb said...

This is simply amazing! great composition to start with but the texture work is so perfect - wow!

Pat said...

Lovely work!

Jeanne said...

This is absolutely lovely! What a perfect thing to do for this texture! very nice!

chasity said...

Beautiful!

Angie said...

So vintage! Love it! :)

soozeedoozee said...

Lovely. I've looked at this several times and each time it reminds me of a prim and proper lady arriving for tea. See the head turned sideways in the glass stopper? The ribbons are the arms and she has a lovely lace skirt.

soozeedoozee said...

Simply stunning. I have looked at this several times and keep seeing a lady who has just arrived for tea. See her head turned to the side in the glass stopper? The ribbons are her arms and she has a lovely lace skirt. She has brought her own bouquet and spoon :)

Kari Desi said...

really lovely!