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imander 10 388 7 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2007 9:50AM
nice shot,like the framing and selective colouring.
ian

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jaspernina 10 1.0k Wales
2 Aug 2007 9:54AM
Great image, love the presentation.


Stephen
2 Aug 2007 10:25AM
Very nice bit of selective work Angela... love it. helen x
jmw58 11 1 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2007 5:04PM
Good use of selective colouring Smile nice presentation.

Julie
danbrann 13 636 17
2 Aug 2007 5:53PM
Good capture and presentation.
MalcolmS Plus
12 1.2k 13 England
2 Aug 2007 6:13PM
Great presentation Angela, like the details

Malcolm
janty66 10 3 England
2 Aug 2007 7:20PM
Simply beautiful..
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
2 Aug 2007 7:39PM
Good photoshop work, Angela0-- and a nice , bright bee

Jennnn
RachelMB 11 42 10 England
2 Aug 2007 8:48PM
I like the idea, and it looks good here. However, I find that the blade of grass going down into the bottom left of the frame is a little out of place, since it isn't completely in colour. Also, the dry grass in the bottom right is distracting, and might have looked better burnt in, possibly?

Apart from that, I do like this. Especially since it was raining so much this morning! Wink
angelamary 12 6 England
3 Aug 2007 10:27AM
To be honest, I'm not sure why I didn't finish that blade of grass... I did it a while ago and only spotted that after up-load (shows I've improved somewhere along the line then!) It might've been the shadows made it look a little bitty... not sure!
The dried grass is harder than it looks to remove... I can remember trying on that one... and I hadn't thought of burning it! A good idea I'll try next time. Thanks for the imput... I need more! Much appreciated.
bunbeam 12 2 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2007 2:13PM
brilliant.. love the presentation
bunSmile
GlenD 10 United States
5 Aug 2007 6:03AM
Is that bee layng down and eating lol
Lovely shot

Glen
Paul_cats 11 61 22 Scotland
8 Aug 2007 8:47AM
Again, good use of selective colouring. I see the bees got in on the act again too. Is it the same one? LOL
Paul
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
12 Aug 2007 11:20PM
A smashing image, the use of selective colouring has worked a treat here

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