Monday, April 21, 2008

Inspired to Post...


Yesterday my blogger friend Mike http://mainethroughthelens.blogspot.com/
posted some wonderful photos from Italy that he did an amazing job with in Photoshop. I worked on a photo last year doing a little bit with this technique and I was inspired to post it!
Thanks Mike!
Now I'm off to my weedy gardens!!!! What a gorgeous spring day!!

9 comments:

Stacey Huston said...

O EVE! I think this is my favorite photo. You have been holding out on us (wink)

Eve said...

Ha Ha!! Thanks Stacey! You're a sweetie!!!

Julie said...

Eve, I finally took the time to check out all the postings on your blog. We seem to have a couple of things in common; the motorcycling and nature photography. I just got a new digital camera and I have been having so much fun playing with it. Check out the photos in my slideshow. My man and I took a ride down to Turkey Run State Park this past weekend. You would have loved it.

Mike said...

Great impact. The only limits to this technique are your imagination, and this one was right-on.

John Theberge said...

Great job with the color and black and white technique. This was a perfect photograph to use it on.

Eve said...

Hi Julie,
Thanks for stoppin!! I'm glad to see you guys had a great ride. I'll be back to read more about your trip and the one to Clifty Falls! Right now its time to get out and enjoy the weather while its here. I've got about 200 miles on the bike already...which is pretty good for me this time of year!


Mike!
Thanks for your compliment!! I'm glad you like it!

Eve said...

Hi John!
Thanks to you too! Hope your weather is as beautiful as mine!!!

Farmgirl_dk: said...

And whose lovely modeling hands are those in the picture? Hmmm? :-) (running joke in my family, because when I would ask people to pose with our new chicks, the only part of the humans that would show in the pictures would be their hands!)

Eve said...

Hi Danni!
Those lovely young hands are my little "pest" Morgan!!! She loves all forms of wildlife and is usually very nice to them!!
Hope its warming up in your neck of the woods!