Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Resting by the Shore

I am joining Kim Klassen for Texture Tuesday and the challenge this week
 was to use her texture 'Phoebe'.


I added it to these ladies resting by the waters edge using hard light at 59%.
Then added a layer mask and gently removed some of the texture on the
lovely gals. I like the warm feel the texture gives the photo.


Have a GREAT Day!!!





20 comments:

Leah C said...

What a peaceful picture...love it!

Pondside said...

Beautiful - the texture added to the 'moment'.

cathy@home said...

Beautiful picture

Rosie said...

How beautiful! And what a wonderful light! Have a great day, too!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Looks like they are quite content in there. V

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

Excellent composition and processing. thank you, kareninkenai

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely image!

Giga said...

Słoneczne i ciepłe zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam

Jeanne said...

This is absolutely lovely! Such lovely ladies napping in the sunlight. How clear and lovely the water is.

KarenHarveyCox said...

The texture really gives your beautiful photograph a lovely feeling.

Ontario, our family lived in Oakville for four years and then in Toronto for one year prior to moving back to the States. A lovely place to live.

Karen

Kathleen said...

I love how the ripples in the water adds a soft contrast to the quiet of the birds. This is a lovely image!

Jann Olson said...

Very nice. Wish I knew how to do all of this technical stuff.

Angi said...

nice photo of a peaceful view!

Red Rose. said...

I love the tranquil moment from another time.
RedRose.

Marcie said...

Beautiful! Love how the textures created a certain softness to the image.

Jo (Pieceful Afternoon) said...

So lovely and peaceful.

Becca said...

Oo yes, this turned out so lovely! They really look like they are enjoying some warm and lovely sunshine on the waters edge!

Casa Mariposa said...

Beautiful photo!! I'm happy when my pix don't come out blurry! :o)

Gloria, Dakota Garden said...

Wow!!! you are talented!

justine said...

what a lovely shot and great use of textures