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dusty weeds

stretching their mark on roadsides-

seeds succeed

Twitter has a daily challenge for haiku.  Today’s #haikuchallenge (succeed)

I really like working with roadside weeds..using my Samsung Galaxy III.
NF Digital Art Meme
Alphabe-Thursday, letter M
Saturday Silhouettes





It’s not merely that God founded and found me, but that I am now found in God, through Jesus Christ the Lord…
May the Holy Spirit guide you in all your endeavors!

16 Responses

  1. Lovely images, the last shot is my favorite. Enjoy your day!

  2. super edits..especially the first glassy-silver one!! And the second one looks like it is all set for needlework on the canvas!

  3. the second one is interesting!
    like in the 60th – we had such wall-decorations.
    Herzlich Pippa

  4. Lovely origoial and great edits.
    Have a wonderful day.

  5. This is the first one where I like the original the best! Great shot…

  6. I like the texture in the BW one. Old fashioned somehow 🙂

  7. Hurrah for seeds. Great haiku. I like the burlap effect on the second rendition.
    Good cheer to you.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

  8. Love the beautiful tall grasses in the last image and the soft colours in the scene. A pretty perspective. And the first image looks like an enchanting watercolour.

  9. First I love the subject material you used. – The Blue Version is my favorite but they were all wonderful.

  10. The b/w burlap is very ‘today’.
    ‘Time flies when you’re having fun’ is a timeless (pun intended) expression.

  11. Oh, I totally love the first edit. Can you tell, I’ve got a thing for abstract, graphic art?

  12. Very nice artful silhouettes.

  13. I love that first one! very nice.
    hopefully you did not encounter any of that wild parsnip while you were out in the weeds. it seems to be all over the place up here, and you definitely don’t want to touch it.

  14. I think I like the “canvas” one best. It looks really cool with the texture and the monochrome. I think I’d do another edit by upping the saturation in the original photo to really see the greens and yellows.

  15. Beautiful images, such interesting edits!

  16. Lovely image and edits, Laurie!
    Many thanks for contributing to the Saturday Silhouettes meme!

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