Texture Twist: Winter Berry



I savor my photography walks at our local botanical gardens. Especially this time of year, as we await winter snow. A few berries and seed pods will hang on through the long winter. The rest is blank landscape slumbering until spring.




 

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22 comments :

  1. This is so pretty. Love the texturing you use. If I can ask, how do you get your photos to be that size on your blog or is an availability of your blog. I really like the size and shape. :)

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    1. Thanks Patricia, I resize my photos in Photoshop for my blog. I make them all 800 pixels wide. When uploading the photos for my blog, I also make sure to set the image to show at the original size. Most blogs will be preset to show upload photos at a medium size based on the blog's code. I hope that helps!

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    2. Thank you...will give that a try. I change the size sometimes in the html, but your way may be better. :) Appreciated

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  2. so so beautiful !!!

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  3. gorgeous images and processing. Sometimes I wish I lived where there was snow. Have a wonderful week. I'm joining you through Through My Lens.

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  4. Awesome capture and fantastic editing.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  5. Great bokeh with this attractive berry.

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  6. These are so beautiful! I love when these berries show up. Beautiful pops of red against the gentle background of winter. Lovely!

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  7. So very pretty! There is something so very appealing about berries. I guess it's why the birds go for them ;-)

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  8. Love how these turned out, Kristy!

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    1. Thanks June, I was glad to find something warm and cheerful!

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  9. Love all the layers and texture to the photos! So pretty!

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  10. I love your edits. I don't do much of it, but I do admire your artwork.

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  11. Gorgeous! What lens did you use to get that beautiful, creamy background? #PhotoFriday

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    1. Thanks Stephanie, I used my telephoto 150mm - 300mm zoom lens

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