The viburnum puts on a lovely show of color in the fall. I just love plants that are beautiful in more than one season! I used Kim’s kk_benjamin texture on this photo. I edited it in Tiffen dfx, Snap Art 3, and OnOne Perfect Effects 8.
Another loose interpretation of the Duirwaigh Studios style… I love creating these montages; most of mine have a feminine figure and a vintage feel. I used itKuPilli kits to create this montage.
This autumn photo of the seed pods on my Tulip Tree (who knew this was as lovely in fall as in the spring?) is kk_ponder; for Texture Tueday; I also posted this images on the Yahoo group, ChristianPaperArtists for their Lamentations 3:22,23 Challenge.
This piece was created for the Arttechniquesdigital Yahoo group’s November Artist-Inspired Challenge. Angi Sullin and Silas Toball create some magical digital montages. This piece is a loose interpretation of one of their works. I used an image from my image stash, and used elements from Deviant Scrap- Holliewood and itKuPilli.
This crepe myrtle has the loveliest autumn color! We just re-did this side of our yard earlier this year, so the tree isn’t too large yet. Oh, but what delight! A Facebook friend had used this William Cullen Bryant on a photo of her own, and I liked it so much I used the quote on this image.
We are doing a repetitive challenge in Arttechniquesdigital Yahoo Group, and I decided to do a repetition of a photo I took at Windsor Riverfront Regional Park. The path made me think how we each choose a direction in life.