1/17/13

PAF: entrance

I haven't participated in Photo Art Friday in months and months.  I love working on digital art but it all just takes so much time.  And now since I haven't done it in so long I've forgotten many of the techniques that I'd figured out and liked.  But, I want to edge back in now and then so I don't totally forget everything.

Bonnie at Pixel Dust Studio hosts a Friday (open Thurs nites for links) roundup where you can share your photo art efforts.  She offers a weekly theme if you want, but you're encouraged to share whatever you've been working on.  This week's theme:  Entrances/Exits.  My submission:  Enter Spring with a quote by AA Milne.


My photo of a snowy daffodil is blended with Bonnie's Blank Page texture.  It might be a bit premature to hint at spring, but I'm employing a little wishful thinking.....  :)


15 comments:

  1. Oh the hope of spring - I look for the little shoots that tell us the daffodils are coming - and I look in the stores for bundles of daffodils - I buy arms full of them - put them in vases and jugs and pitchers all over my house - I buy them with tight tight buds and watch in glee as they open in the morning - oh how I love daffodils. The photo is great - the image looks like it is ready for spring.

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  2. Fab work Terrie, I love it. Ha ha we have snow here today and this was just the burst of colour I needed to make me smile, thank-you. What a lovely quote too, bring on the spring!!
    Hugs x

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  3. Wish away winter is firmly here...18F, windy and darn cold, even my down full length coat didn't do it this morning for the doggie walk. I'll take all the daphodils I can get.....Lovely shot and layers. xox

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  4. It's a bit early up here in the north to entertain thoughts of Spring ... but ... your lovely piece of photo art did its work. What says Spring more than a cheerful daffodil and you present it beautifully, Terrie.

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  5. Such a lovely piece so full of promise. I am so looking forward to the entrance of spring and the exit of winter.

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  6. Beautiful photo and my sentiments exactly....just waitin' on Spring here in Maine. Thank you for your very nice comment on my blog and I have signed up to follow your blog.
    Thank you again and I look forward to reading your other blogs also. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  7. Beautiful photo and my sentiments exactly....just waitin' on Spring here in Maine. Thank you for your very nice comment on my blog and I have signed up to follow your blog.
    Thank you again and I look forward to reading your other blogs also. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. I think it is never too early to consider the Spring. this is just a BEautimous piece of photo artistry, Terrie!! Lovely Lovely!!!

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  9. Me too. Let spring begin.....and I'm in Southern California. I'm sure those who live in other areas think I sound wimpy. It's all what one gets used to.

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  10. Forgot to say, welcome back to PAF!

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  11. LOVE,LOVE,LOVE this!!!!

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  12. Gorgeous Terrie! I love the rich, dark textures grounding the bright yellow. We have crocuses just starting to peek up so daffodils must be next!!

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  13. Very nice....I love your blending of the daffodil...that sounds like a great group..!I know what you mean by forgetting the steps in digial art..if I stay away for too long I have to retrace my steps to remember how to get a certain effect..i thought that by getting the ipad I would have it with me all the time and could play around but I cant get Corel PSP...program of choice on it..there are other programs to play with though and those are fun too..See ya soon, Robin

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  14. I'm looking forward to spring, too! Lovely piece of photo art.

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