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By cattyal  
A chunk of Hydrangea rescued from the gutter outside the house in Edinburgh. It duly came home with me along with a few other chunks which are now happily residing in the studio.

The background I wanted to try is currently on loan to a friend so I opted for plain white - and a bit of lucisart whyeth of course!

Tags: General Flowers and plants Digitally manipulated

Voters: Imagephotographics, cassiecat, csurry and 24 more

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Great shot - well put together & most effective !


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cassiecat 9 39 46 England
8 Sep 2009 8:19PM
just love it, very different. one for my shortlist.lesley
ColouredImages 13 47 35 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2009 8:37PM
Nice detail on the flowers Al
Scaramanga Plus
10 56 6 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2009 9:44PM
Wonderful imagination.
CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
9 Sep 2009 5:33AM
Would love to see just the hydrangeas on their own, but still an excellent image. Carol
cattyal Plus
12 8.4k 6 England
9 Sep 2009 8:27AM
Thanks everyone - sadly now seems to be time to get the lights out again as the natural light is a tad too dull by the time I'm ready to start messing about in the evenings Sad

There will certianly be more shots of these and the other Hydrangeas Carol - I badly need to tidy the studio up very soon so I can actually move in there - ie. unpack my suitcase and put everything away again!
cattyal Plus
12 8.4k 6 England
10 Sep 2009 10:26PM
Thank you so much Lesley Smile
MandyD Plus
9 16,777.2k 1 England
14 Sep 2009 10:35PM
Nearly missed this one Alison, love it, you're processing is simply stunning !
cattyal Plus
12 8.4k 6 England
14 Sep 2009 10:37PM
Thanks Mandy - I've quite a few sprigs knocking about now - I just need to get my act together and see what I can do with them! I'm torn between tidying up this bomb site of a house or doing stuff I actually enjoy!

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