Friday, October 9, 2009

Flowers in the afternoon light

Flowers in my window
Autumn hues in my window with the lace curtains. Flypaper textures used with the following recipe: Antique Liasons, overlay blend @36% opacity; Lamp White Brush, overlay blend @18% opacity; Caramel Soft, soft light blend @ 42% opacity. Textures are fun to play with. And I never know which ones are going to work, which is half the fun.
I'm going to be taking a couple of days off. Hope to be back online by Sunday. ttfn.

19 comments:

Mary said...

Oh Kate, this is gorgeous! Enjoy your time off. :)

elk said...

the autumn red is especially gorgeous!

Hobo ........ ........ ........ said...

Thankyou for sharing the steps.
Enjoy weekend.

sweetpea_path said...

I think maybe these are the flower stems that were inadvertently removed from the parent plant when George pulled a jumper?! Either way, they are BEAUTEOUS in their present situation! What a color for *inside* ones home...

Caroline said...

Such gorgeous light and rich colors! Enjoy your time off :)

Traci said...

Beautiful still photo. Red and white really pop together!

Kerri said...

Beautiful flowers! Hope you have a wonderful time off!

Jill of All Trades said...

This a BEAUTIFUl picture, just beautiful!

Daryl said...

Sending you lots o'love ...

olivia said...

GORGEOUS!

The Japanese Redneck said...

I love the color. Very nice.

Ramona

Kacey said...

You do such a great job with textures. You have a really great eye for them! Love this one.

JC said...

Lovely photo
Enjoy your days off

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

So October!
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Betty said...

Have a wonderful weekend.
Very lovely picture.

JFKlaver said...

Thanks so much for sharing your technique. I'm learning from you—always fun! Have a great time and we look forward to having you back.

Valerie said...

Beautiful capture!

paulgrand said...

Love what you did with our textures, btw, I also love Maryland, I have fond memories of my visit Annapolis
several years ago where an artist friend of mine lives, beautiful place!

Som mine dager er said...

Your pictures are gorgeous as always. Had to scroll down to see what I've been missing in here lately.

My husband has lately become so engaged by textures. He is sitting in front of his Mac all evening and exploring about how it works. He he ... soon I guess he will publish his first "texture-picture". But he is such a fusspot about his work, so be patient!

Keep up taking breathtaking pictures Katie. Love them all.

Marit