Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Sepia Scenes #76



I thought for Sepia Scenes I'd do something Spring-y. This flower is so pretty in its original pink color but I love it in sepia.

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I inserted a black aura around the flower from Photobucket and faded it a bit.





19 comments:

Marice said...

just beautiful :)

LDH said...

Pretty flower in sepia, Mary! The technique you used leads the eye right to the center and highlights it. Nice!

♥ Kathy said...

That turned out beautifully!

kaye said...

I love how the sepia brings out the details of the flower--it is simply gorgeous :) nicely done Mary.

Sistertex said...

What an elegant look! Beautiful.

Day4plus said...

It is sbeautiful in sepia it is hard to imagine it in pink. OK I can imagine it. MB

napaboaniya said...

I can tell you're embracing the arrival of Spring :)

@nemonen said...

Good choise. I am longing for the spring. Beautiful!

Amanda said...

Beautiful! Love lilies!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I agree the flower is lovely in sepia!

Leora said...

Happy spring, Mary! Your photo has a satiny beauty.

Patti said...

Lovely flower, Mary. I like how you gave it a dark background.

Marie Höglund said...

A gorgeous flower.

Mo said...

Lovely flower, Mary.
Nice editing.
I have a Michigan lighthouse up on It's A Blog Eat Blog World and Spooker is in her sepia glory over at House Panthers.
Have a great week!
Mo

awarewriter said...

Elegant image Mary. I like it very much. I missed you guys last week. I've been busy. I'm back for my weekly sepia fix.

dharmashots said...

The black aura is something new to me, it's beautiful. Adds more drama.

hip chick said...

The detail really stands out when one is not distracted by color.

Zukan said...

I turned out beautifully, Mary! I had no idea Photobucket has photo editing features. I use Picasa for editing.

Amanda said...

so pretty!