This little fern is unfolding by my deck. Textures by R. M. Nelson and Delany Dean from Textures for Layers.
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This fern is a beauty. A nice diagonal line and the texture of the fern seems really compatible with the textures you have layered on. It speaks to me of fresh beginnings.
22 Apr 2010 6:12am
Great image, Anita. The fern is exceptional, the light and colours excellent and texture match the image perfectly, as usually ;)
22 Apr 2010 6:25am
Good title! I love the detail and color, and of course, the texture of the background.
22 Apr 2010 9:58am
The textures you've brought out in the fern are truly extraordinary.
22 Apr 2010 10:47am
Another delicious image - although beware the natural toxins in this one !
22 Apr 2010 11:01am
Simple fern..but a very beautifully captured one!! Such exquisite detail!!!
22 Apr 2010 12:19pm
I think the title made me see the "monster" faster then I would but I like it now because of it.
22 Apr 2010 1:15pm
Whatever it is, it's wonderful fresh green! Beautiful image:-)
22 Apr 2010 1:31pm
It's an alien! :-)
Love the details!
22 Apr 2010 2:42pm
Realmente, es precioso!.
22 Apr 2010 6:15pm
Cool shot......certainly no monster!!!
22 Apr 2010 10:17pm
Excellent treatment, Anita. It does look ready to unleash it's fury. But I think the bark worse than the bite. :)
22 Apr 2010 10:43pm
I love ferns... don't know why... great work.
27 Apr 2010 1:48am
You have captured fall with the texture and color of the leaves. I've just come in for a quick break after digging up my dahlia tubers, and your photos are a treat. We have similar plants, but you have such an eye for composition and light.
6 Jan 2011 9:12am
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