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By chase
Found this oddly coloured one growing in the garden.The other flowers on the same plant are yellow,perhaps a quirk of nature ?

A much softer approach to this delicate flower & a very much lighter texture added.
Lit by daylight against a plain bg.

I love the way the bright yellow stamens make a statement here.

Thanks for taking the time to look/comment.
Janet xx

Tags: Columbine Yellow Stamens Textures Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Layers Aquilegia Wildlife and nature

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RonnieAG Plus
7 154 117 Scotland
12 May 2011 3:57PM
Interesting to know that the other flowers on the same plant were different: this one is so delicately tinted and lends itself so well to the processing you have adopted, resulting in a very beautiful image. Very nicely done, should be so pleased with this one. I would be!Smile (even if I knew how to do it, and I don't)Wink

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Daisymaye Plus
8 23 11 Canada
12 May 2011 4:51PM
I love how you pick up the flowers colours in your choice of b/g's. Beautiful.............Sandy
cabbie 10 30 United Kingdom
12 May 2011 5:03PM
In a nutshell excellent

SlowSong Plus
9 7.0k 30 England
12 May 2011 6:15PM
VIKI 11 18 1 United Kingdom
12 May 2011 6:51PM
bricurtis Plus
12 2.1k 49 England
12 May 2011 8:59PM
Needs to be darker ; Joking. Lovely subtle style Janet.
chase Plus
12 1.1k 246 England
12 May 2011 9:39PM
Thanks everyone.

PMSL Brian...Wink
13 May 2011 12:08PM
Simply beautiful !

15 May 2011 7:11PM
A beauty, great work.
DaveU Plus
11 1.4k 125 England
18 May 2011 8:52PM
That bold splash of yellow stops it all being too pale and insipid Jan. Lovely texture on the background too, subtle and quite complementary. One day dSLR's will come with built in background texturisers then we'll have more time to sip fino and watch the garden grow instead of indulging in jiggery-pokery of the digital kind.

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