Sunday, January 16, 2011

Playing with roses…

 

gouache rose

It is another  Monday. Time seems to jump from Monday to Monday. That is because we look forward so much to Mosaic Monday! I am joining Mary at Little Red House for this weekly event.

 

double rose

I like to combine the various photo programs. I like Photoscape, Picasa, Picnik and Virtual Painter. I am beginning to like Photo Shop.

rose film strip

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Pink in the center

roses with an edge

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Be sure to stop by Little Red House and see all the other lovely creations.

25 comments:

Zondra Art said...

Beautiful dear Carol!!!
Kisses.

Jackie said...

Hi Carol, beautiful art work and I know you enjoy using all the different programmes like me!!

Have a great week.
Love Jackie in Surrey, UK.

PS We just use the ordinary Yorkshire tea bags as we don't like our tea too strong. A lovely cup of tea made in a bone china or silver teapot served in bone china cups and saucers, the best!! JM

podso said...

That's about my most favorite shade of color for a rose --and you've done a lovely job with your art! Have a good week!

A Garden of Threads said...

Hi Carol, I also use more then one program when making my collages. You have a done a fabulous job this week. Love the roses. Take care and have a great week.

From the Kitchen said...

Lovely--I have yet to play around with anything other than Iphoto which came with my Imac. I'm thinking to purchase Photoshop soon.

Best,
Bonnie

Maggie said...

Gorgeous roses and beautiful creations, you are really getting the most out of your photo editing programs!

Snap said...

Beautiful roses!!!

Sall's Country Life said...

Wow, gorgeous, Carol! I'm doing an e-course to learn more about Photoshop. It's so intimidating (all the possibilities) I love your creations!

Suzy said...

Its so much fun to play around with photos. I can waste whole days on that! Beautiful :-)

eileeninmd said...

Lovely creations! The colors and roses are gorgeous.

Kay Ellen said...

Your roses are so pretty!

I hope you had a beautiful Pink Saturday!!

Thank you for stopping by and saying hello!

Smiling,
Kay Ellen

Martha said...

Your roses are beautiful!

Lady-in-the-Making said...

Carol, you have a real talent. I love roses and photography. Your header has my two favorite flowers: sunflowers and roses - perfect for us Floridians. :)

The Quintessential Magpie said...

That is so lovely, Carol! I adore what you did with this, and that flower is the prettiest color. Good job!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Sheila said...

Your roses are just beautiful. I haven't been able to comment on your blog for a long time but my son helped me last night and something changed. Have a good week!

GrandmaK said...

Breath taking!!! These are just wonderful! Cathy

Proje Çantası said...

Have nice day to you too Carol.

Hug.

EDA

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

I see that you have used Kristy's template for your roses. I have not tried mine out yet. Love the textures to enhance your lovely roses. Wonderful.

Carol said...

Stunning! Your shots are stunning! Such pretty roses!

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Carol....I'm on my out of town, but wanted to let you know that I will try and put up the knit post on SuKnitWitty on Wednesday. The Linky will be with it. If it's not up for some reason....can't get service...go ahead an link to the one that is there now. See ya then....Sue

Anja said...

Dear Carol, it is astonishing how you can change the foto with the rose. My favorite is the mosaic below, I like very much the flow of the colors in it. Your efforts encourage also to try myself one day. Have a good week! Anja

EG Wow said...

I like how you've played with the roses!

Lynn said...

Your mosaic is beautiful, Carol. I'm really impressed and inspired. The roses are simply stunning. Thanks for sharing and Happy Mosaic Monday!
Lynn at Cottage and Creek

Pondside said...

Just beautiful! The roses are gorgeous, and your play of texture is perfect.

Mary said...

What a lovely array of images! Don't you just love editing and playing with textures? :)

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