Thursday, April 26, 2012

Photo Art Friday


This is a photo of Epimedium rubrum taken with a Lensbaby lens
 and adding two Pixel Dust textures, Quartz and Sweet Secret. 


Epimediums are a wonderful plant for dry shady areas of the garden. Their semi-evergreen
foliage often becomes bronze in cold weather. The short sprays of starry flowers, which appear in spring,
can be red, yellow, white and lilac in colour.
Epimediums are hardy from Zone 4 to 9 and grow 8 to 12 inches tall 
with a 12 inch spread.
I am joining Bonnie at Pixel Dust Photo Art for
Photo Art Friday. 

Hoping you have a fantastic weekend!!! 

15 comments:

lisa said...

I've never heard of these, and this sure is beautiful.
Love the wonderful dreaminess!

Ruth said...

It is dreamy, lovely dof :)

kareninkenai said...

Thanks for the information. It is a beautiful flower and goodness, gets quite large. A lovely processing. Visiting from PAF. Karen

Marydon said...

Congrats on your nomination for top gardening blog.

Love this floral ... awesome presentation.

Have a lovely weekend ~
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Nick said...

Love this Lensbaby shot. I know this one as Bishops Hat:)
Have a great weekend!

Jeanne said...

Love the mystical appearance of this flower. It is beautiful!

Mary Lou said...

I have to catch up with memes!
Beautiful photo!

PrairieJill said...

Love the softness! Beautiful.

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely work!

NatureFootstep said...

very soft and nice image.

nattsyrransphoto said...

gorgeous, stunning and absolutely fantastic =)

Pondside said...

Other-worldly!
I popped over and voted for your blog. Good luck!

Ida said...

How lovely. Such a soft and delicate beauty. I've not heard of this flower either but I like it.

Terrie Purkey said...

Interesting use of DOF and love the info about the plant - I'm not familiar with it. visiting from PAF

Kathy said...

Beautiful flower and nice shot. I love the editing, very subtle and perfect for this flower.

I've been looking into those Lensbaby...do you like yours?

Capture life,
Kathy