Monday, April 25, 2011

Shore Bird

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Thanks to Mike Baird of Flickr Commons for the use of his image.  I used two of Kim Klassen's textures -- one called 'Robins Egg' and one from her 'Ben's Collection'.
I like the results.  I really did not have to do that much processing as the textures themselves created the look.
This week's challenge will be to use an image of a coffee or tea cup and Kim's 'Serendipity' texture.  I really enjoy seeing all the entries.  So much talent out there.
Have a great week!



20 comments:

ArtsyCanvasGirl said...

Nicely done! xoxo

Val said...

What a fab image Marilyn - the textures work a real treat!

KathrynAntyr said...

I like the effect of the brown and blue. Great subject too!

Dyche Designs said...

Love the colors at play in this image, beautiful.

alicia said...

Love, love the texture with this.

Leah C said...

It's a great image...wonderful work with the texture:)

Mirage said...

Very nice...and the content written there( I take this is also from Kim?) seem appropriate for the photo...this looks like a perfect stamp!

Anonymous said...

That bird does look content. He is not troubled by the water on his feet. The colors of this are awesome. Fab capture! ;)

Claudia Finn said...

Great Image!! I like the color and the use of the word! Great mood created with both:)

Stampmouse said...

very nice.

Linda Makiej said...

really BEAUTIFUL work!! and such a lovely blog - so glad I found you!!

Nikki said...

lovin' the blue with the hint of browns Marilyn! nice!

Karla Laura Smith said...

I like your process with this image.

Warmly,
Karla

Cedar said...

Very nice! The textures work very well with this image.

A Rosy Note said...

Looks great :)

Kim Klassen said...

really and simply perfect... marilyn...

thanks for linking up with TT. :) xxo, kim

Allison Hoffman said...

beautiful - looks like a postcard for the Jersey shore!

paperbird said...

this is beautiful Marilyn. I love the processing. I will have to look up kim's robins egg- gorgeous!

Anneke said...

Wow, that's nice!!!

Magic Gypsy said...

The textures really came out well on this photo - good job!