I have Angels in the garden and sometimes they appear in very mysterious ways!
My youngest Granddaughter, Willow is spent the night with me, I am an early riser and she not so much so, especially during the summer. So while I was waiting for her to wake up I decided to have some fun editing this photo. I started out in Picasa and then changed over to Picnik where I combined several of their effects: Matte, Vignette, Heat Map, and added the frame. Fooling around with photography is so much fun!
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It's so much fun to play with photo programs. Such a bonus to have a granddaughter spending the night too!ReplyDelete
Very cool Adrienne!! I have two angels in my garden and I love knowing that they are there,even though they are out of view and hidden in special spots. Love what you did with your image,KathysueReplyDelete
Oh, what fun it is to edit photos! One of my favorite pastimes. This is great!ReplyDelete
That looks so good, Adrienne! I love taking photos...editing, not so much.ReplyDelete
Every garden should have Angels or cherubs in them. Thanks for sharing. Close your eyes and wish hard enough, there might really be an Angel. Richard at My Old Historic House.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful Adrienne. I love "editing".ReplyDelete
I have one angel, I particularly like, in one the garden. She is kneeling, reading a book.
What a welcoming blog you have created. I shall return...ReplyDelete
How lovely! It's so much fun playing with photos!ReplyDelete
Love the effects. MimiReplyDelete
You and I are Picnik gals. I haven't played in a while. Maybe it's time.ReplyDelete
How fun to have your granddaughter over for a sleep. And what a lovely name she has.
Lovely editing...and your plaque is beautiful. I have mentioned to Chris many times that we need to name our c.1892 home.ReplyDelete
Have a happy and relaxing Sunday!
How fun! I agree, fooling around with photography is so much fun. I also want to mention that I really love the plaque you made in your previous post. Lovely!ReplyDelete
I hardly call that "fooling around" - it's gorgeous. What you do with your photos in the different photo editing softwares is awesome. I love your creativity.ReplyDelete
It is fun, isn't it?! Not only do we women like to decorate our homes, but now we enjoy decorating our photographs, as well. ;)ReplyDelete
Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage