Friday, March 8, 2013

Last of Winter

Remnants of our once in a blue moon blizzard. Right out the front door sits this planter of volunteers. Johnny Jump-ups (violas) and an asparagus (it will get pulled). It was totally buried in snow until the middle of the afternoon when it warmed up so fast there was none left on the porch.

I took this through the window. I was actually surprised to have caught little bokeh lights.

A few icicles forming in the midst of the storm.

While we're on the subject of white things, here is a 'shot from above' with 2 of my 'usual' props. I rather liked the out of focusness of it. Textured with Sybil by Kim Klassen and I used all 3 brushes from Beyond Beyond Class Day 7 white, 100% set at soft light. Must say I love it. Especially with the brushes added.

All edits in Lightroom.


  1. Wauw, love the little bokeh lights in your shot, the picture is now sparkling.

  2. Goodness that is a lot of snow, love the bokeh in that one image. I also like the last with the brushes.

  3. Feels and looks just like a painting.

  4. Your winter looks lovely! But the chair ... oh, yes! Just wonderful!! I haven't used those brushes yet ... you've inspired me to give them a whirl, though.


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