More from the photo album

My favourite photo of autumn leaves.

Hello everyone,

Here are some more of my Photoshopping adventures. Enjoy!

Some dying flowers on the ground in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales. I think it would make a lovely fabric.

Some dying flowers on the ground in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales. I think it would make a lovely fabric.

 

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I created this one for the Photoshop course I did last year. I popped one of my designs on top of an old piece of wood.

 

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Ah, one of my favourite photos from my mum’s garden.  It’s about as close to gardening as I like to get!

 

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My fake painting of our local botanical gardens. I was having a lot of fun with the oil paint filter last year.

 

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Two versions of a wet leaf in the garden. I did many colour variations including some rainbow coloured ones. I love how Photoshop can take ordinary photos and turn them into something special.

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Another one of my leaf pics from Kings Park in Perth, Australia.

 

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Some leaves on the ground at the Australian National University.

 

Have fun with your photos this weekend.  I’m supposed to be out in the real world mowing the lawn but I like this kind of gardening much better!  Maybe I’ll just let the goats out to do the job.  Does hubby really want to keep the poppies?

Happy quilting,

Fiona

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