REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, July 1, 2013

Musing in a Different Location

When I visited my youngest sister today, I wandered around her flowerbeds to look at blossoms that aren't growing in my garden.   I used Nancy's "Pat" texture and a Pixlr-o-matic frame.  Joining Nancy's Tuesday Muse.


12 comments:

Carole M. said...

very pretty and so colourful Evelyn

Katie said...

Cute Flower! Is it a daisy variation?

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Seeing so many Indian Blankets around the Interwebs lately... this is a gorgeous edit with a nice POV Evelyn. :)

Snap said...

Gorgeous shot. It is fun to wonder around gardens and see what is blooming. Glad you did! :D

Kim Cunningham said...

Lovely flower!

Lisa Gordon said...

What a pretty flower this is, Evelyn, and I love the way you composed this shot. So nice.

Kara said...

I love to see what grows in other ladies gardens. I like your picture because it's from a bit of a different perspective. Usually they are taken straight on. I happen to like a bit of twist to things. It makes them more interesting.

Rosie Grey said...

Wonderful colors, Evelyn! I also love your angle here!

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful shot of this vibrant flower!

Ida said...

Oh how lovely. These are such cheerful flowers. I've got some in my blog header. - Where did you find that frame on Pixlr, I really like it.

Robyn G said...

I love the double colors of this flower. You captured it beautifully, Evelyn.

Yay for Sister time!

Robyn
http://theranchwifechronicles.com/

Dotti said...

Beautiful work, Evelyn! Time seems to get away from me when I wandering around gardens, particularly when I have a camera in hand. And why would one wander in a garden without a camera in hand?

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