Posted by Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 18 April 2014 in Landscape & Rural.
A small horse farm near our house. I used Skew to make it more fanciful.
I used the following free textures: "Coffee Shop Painting Texture 3" ;
"Texture 164" ;
"Texture 282" ;
"Texture 288" ;
"Xanthe" by Kim Klassen ; and "Capri" (I've lost the creator's name).
My article "How to Add Interest to a Bland Landscape" is in the April edition of Denise Ippolito's MiniMag .
Nikon D300 1/400 second F/6.3 ISO 160 32 mm
square | farm | west | nottingham | barn | rural
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Beautiful photo and masterful artistic treatment, Anita! The texture suits the image really well. Love the muted colors and the forlorn feel.
18 Apr 2014 2:44pm
fantastic processing . .
18 Apr 2014 3:19pm
@alex centrella: Thank you for visiting and commenting! I had fun with the processing.
Wondrous texture work. A peaceful and pastoral scene.
18 Apr 2014 8:30pm
L O V E L Y !!!!
18 Apr 2014 9:52pm
The combination of textures worked well for this image!
18 Apr 2014 11:17pm
@Judy aka L@dybug: Thanks. Sometimes the textures work out well.
bel effet sur ce travail
19 Apr 2014 8:22am
@L'angevine: Thank you.
Wonderful job Anita.
19 Apr 2014 10:29am
@Marym: I'm glad you like it.
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