Orangified Yellow Flowers

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road side flowers
dusty from long summer days-
thirsts in sunshine

Using my Samsung Galaxy III and one of my favorite apps…Stylized Poster found in Pixlr Express:
Joining
NF Digital Art Meme
Alphabe Thursday, letter O

Orange You Glad It’s Friday

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Original. ..a Touch-me-not

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Original…Golden Rod and Wild Daisy

May the Holy Spirit guide you in all your endeavors.

18 Responses

  1. Ooooo I like the first one. really neat. I can see a mans face beside the flower.

  2. ooooo…I really like the second one!!

  3. Interesting.

  4. I love this flower, beautiful pictures, stunning compositions !!

  5. Love the one with the goldenrod and wild daisy. Nice composition & lovely colors.

    It sort of reminds me of nature printing, the Japanese art of printing actual natural objects. I wrote a post about it a long time ago. It can be found here: http://proartz.blogspot.com/2009/01/creative-process-art-3.html

  6. You have captured the changes that are taking place as we begin to leave summer and enter early fall.

  7. I love the natural beauty of the second picture. Sometimes the wildflowers are more beautiful than the domestic ones. I like what Robert said about the seasonal change. Lovely, Laurie.

  8. I love the third one down! Very creative and quite striking.

    They’re all beautiful…

  9. Beautiful flowers!

  10. love your wild daisy! Great colors {:-D

  11. So that’s what goldenrod looks like. I’ve never seen a touch-me-not before. Of course, should I ever be in its presence, I will most likely touch it. You’ve got joyful pieces of art. πŸ™‚

  12. Laurie, you are just so good at that! I am jealous! My photos never come out the way I intended!!

  13. Creative photo editing and gorgeous photography ~ Happy Weekend to you!

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  14. Oh your photos are lovely! I especially enjoyed the first one, the images are so unique. Have a wonderful weekend. Thank you.

  15. It’s looking so much like fall, isn’t it? I enjoy seeing how you play with your photos.

  16. Great processing! I love the daisy.

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