REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, March 18, 2013

Butterscotch Teasel

The simple teasel is an interesting subject in any season and I photograph it often.  For Tuesday Muse, I used Nancy's 330 texture with the blending mode linear burn  and added a "butterscotch" action to complete the effect.  



19 comments:

Anne Payne said...

Beautiful composition and warm tones. Love it, Evelyn!

Tina´s PicStory said...

wonderful pic! :)

Sarah Carletti said...

I love teasel and the texture you used is perfect. Very nice!

Barbara said...

Stunning photo, love the edit!

Have a great day.

Denise at Autumn Sky said...

I like what you've done with this. I am just starting to work with textures a little and love all the inspiration.

Nancy Claeys said...

LOVE what you've done with the texture, Evelyn. Thank you for testing it and linking up with Tuesday Muse. xo

Lisa Gordon said...

So now I know what these are called!
We actually have quite a few grouings of these at House #2.

I love what you did with this one. Really wonderful edit.

Have a fantastic day, Evelyn!

Barb Brookbank said...

This is lovely, Evelyn. I really like teasel!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

This does make an interesting subject! Love your edit. :)

http://vivhalliwell.com said...

Gorgeous I love the sharpness and contrast of your shot (visiting from Tuesday Muse)

Linda said...

Beautiful picture! Perfect processing!

Sharon said...

The butterscotch effect brings out beautiful, rich tones. Nice editing!

Deborah said...

a beauty...

Candy C. said...

Wow! I love the teasel itself AND the edit AND the coloring!! :)

missing moments said...

Love the warm tones!

Daryl said...

nice

Rosie Grey said...

What a wonderful processing, Evelyn - I love the tones.
Have a wonderful week!

thewovenspoke said...

Love the photo, very nice :)

Ida said...

Wow this is wonderful. Loving the warm tones you used. These are fascinating plants, I did not know they were called Teasels.