Edited with Snapseed to lighten the shadows and a slight increase of saturation. I was curious to see what a 'flat-looking' image would do. I knew I didn't want the darkness of it in the watercolor.
Waterlogue, Bold setting. Yes, I thought that worked pretty well.
Waterlogue Illustration setting. I definitely like the more colorful one.
Another favorite, the largest most beautiful clematis I've ever seen at the nursery. The setting was Fashionable and Giant. The default is set to medium, but you can get more detail when changing the size settings to giant. Some photos benefit when changing the lightness - darkness setting also. I have a tendency to not play with those so much because my patience runs thin while waiting for the changes to processes. Maybe if I got a newer iPad it would be faster? I need an excuse.
A few more faves all taken on our trip to the hill country of Texas. This sweet kitty hung out at the Herb Farm.
Added a bit of word art and text from Rhonna Designs.
If you haven't been bitten by this bug yet, watch out. It'll get you!
Linking up with Barb!