Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Bluebird of Happiness

Bluebird of Happiness

My husband took this photo today of a bluebird in flight. I added a little texture because I've been into that lately. I'm thinking I probably should have left it alone. But I'm gonna go for it. So there.

Sue asked that I show a copy of the original, so here it is.

16 comments:

Sue said...

I would love to see this picture without the texture...It's great that he caught the bird in flight, I would like to see what he saw through the lens....

Maria said...

this is fantastic, your husband is quite the wildlife photographer

Mental P Mama said...

I want some bluebirds. That shot is fab.

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Hubby was quick on the shutter to catch this bird in flight like this. Kudos!

Jan said...

Both versions are great. I do like the texture.

Basir Seerat said...

Remember the fly
Bird is dying in a moments
It was the only fly that you dreamed
Remember to fly.

Mary said...

Oh, I love it both ways! The original photo is a terrific capture, and the added texture makes it beautiful and dreamy. You two make quite a collaborative team. :)

Oliag said...

What a fantastic photo! Both versions of the photo have their own type of beauty..I wouldn't be able to choose between the two! Lucky you to have bluebirds to take pics of!

The Good Life in Virginia said...

super capture of the bluebird...your hubby is getting mighty good at this :)

Kacey said...

Nice photo. I really like it with the texture you used! I'm really enjoying your texture phase. (more than your mushroom phase. ;-)

joan said...

Really cool shot! Your hubby is really good at this. I see alot of red birds(or cardinals) around Ohio. Maybe some day I'll catch a shot of one. Have a wonderful week!

Sara G said...

BEAUTIFUL Photo's!!
both before and after!!

Deb said...

it doesn't look real...meaning...not like a photograph at all.

Kerri said...

I think they are BOTH Fantastic!

Amy said...

I love the textured photo!Your hubby is quite the photographer as are you! I love your blogs!

Mariah said...

it's definitely okay to get into grooves.. especially when they're really awesome and well-done like yours here! :)

you'll move onto something different soon enough when it moves you.