Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Time and Eternity




























The texture on this photo is Autumn Burst by Kim Klassen

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16 comments:

hannah said...

I spy Autumn burst :-)
Did some things with it yesterday and love it.
Your colours are so fresh and uplifting.

hannah said...

Me again: I just posted it. Come and have a look.

lisa said...

Connie, this is gorgeous!! I must say to you what I just said to Hannah. This looks like a beautiful painting. I have not tried this texture yet, but after seeing the beautiful results you have gotten here, I cannot wait to try it!

Thank you so much for sharing this beauty with us at The Creative Exchange.

lisa.

ElisabethAndrée said...

Hello Connie,
Thank you for your very sweet comment on my blog. You have such a lovely website with so many beautiful pictures and words yourself! It is nice 'meeting' you:)

Wind said...

Connie, this is wonderful!
The words, the image...everything!
My best regards from Romania!

Dorie said...

How I love that verse, and you have paired it with such a beautiful picture.

Jennifer Richardson said...

that is unspeakably beautiful!
-Jennifer

Kimberly Vanlandingham said...

Beautiful image and sentiments.

erkarts said...

This is so pretty. I love the colors!

Pat Mark said...

Beautiful bright watercolor colors, very nice.

kimB said...

Stunning editing! Love the verse you used and the journaling on your blog, as well -- plan to stop by often :)

Blessings - kimB from Alaska

Julie Legg Photo said...

One of my favorite scriptures! I love how the bud is right under the circular pattern in Kim's texture. Nice work! Beautiful colors.

ShonEjai said...

I absolutely love the colors. Stunning.

Kathy said...

Very beautiful, great shot of the flower and I love the use of the texture. Great verse too :D

Bright blessings,
Kathy

Carol said...

this is beautiful, and I love the way you have changed the colours of the background to complement the flower

Connie Smiley said...

Thanks so much for all your kind comments; they are very much appreciated. This little wildflower was shot in captivity; I put it in a vase and used the color in my flowerbed as a blurred background, then added a little saturation.