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I am envisioning these being stuck to the side of our dog (it happens) and having to pull them out. Pretty to look at but…
Dan, I understand. Once a week, I walk with a friend with two Irish water spaniels and by the time we get back from the park, it’s unusual if they don’t have these or other goodies stuck in their coats. These were up high enough to only get stuck on humans. 🙂
Thanks, Lucile. Great to have to you stop by. I hope all is well in your life.
You’re most welcome, Janet.
All well here. Hope you’re fine too and had a restful holiday!
Have a good week.
Reminds me of my youth, when my brother would call them “itchy balls”. Fun days!
Good memories. 🙂 They can really stick to the clothes, that’s for sure.
You’re welcome!! Looking forward to seeing more great photos!
Beautiful – looks exactly like a pen and ink sketch. (Or…is that what it really is…?)
Good morning, Sharon. Hope you had a happy Thanksgiving. This is just a photo made to look like pen and ink with an app. I’m glad you like it. I liked the way it turned out. Have a great week.
Good morning, Sally, and thanks. Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving.
Thanks, it was.
Very effective treatment of your subject.
Thanks, Karen. Just a bit of editing fun.
I really love the way you processed these to emphasize the hard lines and sharp angles. It looks like an entirely different plant (or creature) like this. You have such an eye for the latent images in everyday life!
Glad you liked it, Hannah. I thought it translated really well in to B&W, too.
Beautiful! I’m always such a fan of black and white.
I’ve come to like it more and more, Lisa, and it’s such a joy to be able to try a shot in both color and B&W so easily.
I really like this effect!!
Thanks. I’m glad.
Great image, Janet!
Thanks very much, Svetlana.
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