Me-Now-Views; the Less Speak More Peek day

I pondered what could be my theme today... and decided variations on a theme might do. Photos where I had taken one and then played around in the editing software for artistic interpretation.  Enjoy.


This is the original, taken by a friend Robyn "A"

























Choreopsis by the roadside. Australia.



























Robyn "A"












































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12 comments:

  1. Wow, I wish I could do that. I'm sure there are such programs available for my iMac, but if I had them, I'd never get anything else done, ever.
    K

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  2. Fun! I can do a bit of this. I wish I made time to learn more.

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  3. I have no clue how to do this, but it looks so cool!!

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  4. Isn’t it amazing what we can do with just one beautiful shot. You have created a lovely series, with some very cool effects.

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  5. The flowers look so different under the different filter and effects. Interesting!!

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  6. Neat-O!
    What software are you using?
    I'm still trying to learn photography, but this makes me anxious to explore post-processing!

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  7. Wow! what fun I love the colour and different textures

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  8. Very nice. I like your artistic interpretation. Although the base is the same, each image has a nice wonderful feel to it.

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  9. Hari Om
    Thanks everyone...@NC Sue, to be honest there are from my archive and a time before current system setup. The photo editor I used at that time was for the Corel8 suite... I still miss that!! Currently I use the Windows Live Photo Gallery, but is is definitely more limited.

    Still having fun though!!

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  10. I like this! Creative. Fun! :-)
    Linda at Beautiful Ideas

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  11. I love photos like this, too cool!

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  12. Wow, now that's pretty cool. Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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