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Sisyrinchium

By flowerpower59
Thank you all those who commented, voted and awarded my last upload. Gratitude as ever. You are kind.
This is sisyrinchium angustifolium album, a little perennial grass-like thing that seeds around the garden. Each flower is maybe 1cm across. Taken in situ with a couple of texture layers added and removed more selectively than I would normally. I am hoping the combination of the more gentle treatment of the textures and the reduced depth of field make for a more painterly outcome Blush

Tags: Flowers and plants White flowers Sisyrinchium Textures and layers Photoshop CS6

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Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
24 Jun 2020 12:10AM
Beautiful image.
gconant Plus
10 31 1 United States
24 Jun 2020 12:21AM
Beautiful !!
One that should be hanging on an art gallery wall somewhere .

Glenn
Nikonuser1 Plus
9 168 16 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2020 9:06AM
ExcellentSmileSmile

Cliff
Irishkate Plus
11 45 121 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2020 11:42AM
Absolutely beautiful - definitely one for the wall.
KateGrin
adagio Plus
2 3 2 England
24 Jun 2020 11:57AM
Beautiful painterly effect, most creative and looks so good.

Angela😄
manicam 17 44 1 Canada
24 Jun 2020 1:03PM
Look so beautiful GrinGrinGrin

Sherman
taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
24 Jun 2020 7:20PM
Adorable---


(we have blue variety would love to find some white ones)
24 Jun 2020 9:32PM

Quote:
(we have blue variety would love to find some white ones)


There is also a yellow one Smile
chase Plus
16 2.2k 578 England
26 Jun 2020 10:40AM
Reckon you succeeded with the painterly effect Fiona, nice use of the textures.
The bg is possibly a tad heavy for the delicate little flowers IMHO though, maybe less dark greens, dunno...I'll try a mod Wink
chase Plus
16 2.2k 578 England
26 Jun 2020 10:50AM
On the mod, I reduced the vibrance a touch on the bg
Used a levels adjustment and brightened the whole frame.
Nothing drastic Wink

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