Halved Lily

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bending in the breeze
lily bows to sun and rain-
orange garden splash

Halved and processed, a garden
lily using a Holga filter, among others, in my PicsArt app…as always using my Samsung Galaxy III smart phone.
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20 Responses

  1. Stunning flower! Great abstract composition!

  2. Ah. I do like your abstraction.
    All the best πŸ™‚

  3. That’s a great shot of the lily, but your alterations gave it truly an out of this world look. Blessings!

  4. Oooh, I must take lessons — I didn’t know it was possible to create such with my Samsung III. For some reasons, the detail of my photos on it are lacking. I am sure it is operator-error!! πŸ˜€ Very nice!!

  5. in this case your art is much more pleasing then a gorgeous flower. πŸ™‚ Not bad!

  6. Love the graphic!

  7. Clever use of the photo app. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Very pretty. And unusual. We hadn’t heard of a pictograph before.

  9. Love the lily — it’s such a beautiful color. And the app makes it look like a topographic map!

  10. Beautiful photo of the lily.

  11. I love your work with digital photography. I’ll have to try that someday! {:-D

  12. Gorgeous lily ~ great macro ~ thanks, ^_^

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  13. Fascinating. O admit that I would never have guessed looking at the first photo that it was of a daylily. πŸ˜‰

  14. beautiful processing.

  15. I would love to see your halved lily printed on a big sheet of watercolor paper, framed! It is wonderful!!!!

  16. Oh wow! that is so cool!

  17. Lovely flower and a very creative edit!

  18. Holga filter? Ummm.


    Whatever filter you used is gorgeous!

    I love how creative you are. It’s neat how you transform and object but still leave it whole.

    Your links always make me happy.

    Thank you for that.


  19. Oh this is stunning!! I love how many changes you have made and the layering effect…very cool! Your art is wonderful!

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