I love lavender. I like to run my fingers between the soft leaves and bring the fragrance with me. I like to look at it too, the flowers and also the toads and an occasional tiny snake who find refuge in my little patch of lavender. I lost most of my lavender plants last winter with the abnormally cold temperatures, the three I have left put a smile on my face. I found this lonely flower and thought he deserved a photo, inside of course it was getting chilly.
My things were still set up from my lavender shoot, so that is what I used for a photograph of a pear and bowl for my Be Still 52 class.
There are so many choices in editing a photograph. I didn’t realize how different the color temperature was between the lavender and the pear images until I brought them together. I liked the purple and grey at a cooler temperature and felt the pears looked good warmer, it brought out their speckles. Editing photographs is something I never grow tired of with all the different options and looks that can be experimented with, and then don't forget about the textures. So many options so little time... it sure is fun.
Today I am joining Kim Klassen’s Texture Tuesday and also her class Be Still 52. My images were textured with sybil and simple.
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