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Converted this Anenome to B/W and Sepia then added selective colouring in PS.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to comment on my previous upload.
A really interesting interpretation..almost sepia and looks somehow like an old photograph..I love the hint of colour arround the centre..excellent image.
You have worked this one really well. Click
Really nice image. Regards Cheesey.
Beautiful textures and presentation!
Great tones and unusual with it being ****-eyed! you might start a trend!
great capture and tones, very different.
Looks like an image out of a very old book.
Love the colouration to this.
Beautiful capture, though not sure about the frame! Carol
Beautifull capture .colours are fab .And love the framing .Well done.
A fine floral image, like the treatment you've applied to this one, it's worked well. I'm sure this flower is an anemone though!
I'm glad someone questioned it being a dahlia.
Whatever, it's an interesting presentation, rather like an illustration from an old botanical book.
stunning capture and presentation ,like the sepia !!
Yes it is an Anenome, Thank you for the help.
this is lovely
Lovely and love the presentation too Marilyn x
Interesting image, lovely detail and presentation.
Nice work, very effective. Jeff
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