Loving the vintage treatment! Instant fave!
Love the framing effect with Kim's texture Evelyn! Thank you for sharing at TM this week. xo
I love your provcessing on this and always enjoy seeing fences. Always wonder where they are leading to....
You did a great job with this photo. I spent a great deal of time this week shooting a barbed wire fence. I wish my shots were that good.
Love everything about this...the softness, the pov, and the shades of gray.
I like the artistic look of your edit, Evelyn. Neat job. Some fences really do have character.
very neat. cool! ( :
You seem to be a Photoshop sorceress; I never worked with textures to give them a different character or appearance. I just rework them here and there - that's all.Regards from Germany,Uwe.
Love, love, love. The foggy, misty, monochromatic photos are my favorites. Also, the perspective is perfect for the shot.
Wow..this is very nice!
oooooo I love this!
I really like the edit on this! I also like that it's a fence to SOMEwhere instead of nowhere! :)
Love this processing and the words combined with it! wonderful!
I like your choice of processing... it looks very vintage! I'm pretty wary too, my left ankle is toast since I was about 10 years old, falling in wood chuck holes trying to catch my horse as a girl... in those days, they (doctors) didn't repair tendons... I swear, I have none in that one!
The texture is lovely. The little touch of script and slight color just makes it. I didn't know barbed wire could be this "pretty"!
Wonderful pov and focus and lovely texture workAenee/Lily
Wonderful sense of mystery here, Evelyn.Really beautiful.
I love the vintage feel of this image!
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