REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, January 7, 2013

P52 Sweet Shot Tuesday #2

It's winter, and I'm having difficulties finding a subject that doesn't involve snow or ice or trees!  But my choice of this image for Sweet Shot Tuesday and P52 was determined by my long-term goal: a published photo book of this year's images.  I will ask myself each week:  Do I want this photo in my book?   ( I edited this image with RadLab and Topaz's Adjust.) 

                                                          

19 comments:

Kathy said...

Beautiful!

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

This is absolutely gorgeous, Evelyn. You did a beautiful job in both capturing and processing this image. Really well done!

Scott said...

Love the snow and the detail!

Patricia said...

Beautiful photo. Perfectly beautiful.

Got2havecoffee said...

Beautiful shot!

TexWisGirl said...

i like it. the wood texture is beautiful.

Lisa said...

Several white tones, contrasitng texture of snow and weathered wood...such a captivating photo.

marty said...

Winter images are just so lovely...and a treat for those of us who live in the south :-)

Lisa Gordon said...

This definitely goes into the book, Evelyn!
I love this one.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

The weathered wood and brick framing the photo is great! Keep the snow and ice pics coming. We rarely get anything like it here!

Daryl E said...

oh Evelyn, that is indeed a sweet shot .. keep the snow there, please ..

Ms. Becky said...

oh yes, this one belongs in the book, most definitely. it's a keeper, for the texture, simplicity, purity. I love this one. wishing you a happy, healthful new year Evelyn.

Shelli Bourque said...

Beautiful photo. And I love your idea of a P52 photo book!

...melody... said...

Very cool photo! Love your manipulations. :)

bailey-road.com said...

What a beautiful image!

Candy C. said...

That is really, really nice, definitely book worthy!! :)

Renae at simple sequins said...

My new camera, Buddy does this feature, too. It is termed "illustration". I love it on my Buddy and on your camera! This photo is great and the quote is great, too.

Ida said...

Very nice. I like the tones and the textural look of this shot.
I know it's hard to find anything to photograph when everything is so dead looking outside right now.

Cheryl said...

What a great scene!