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Monday, May 13, 2013

Always Stand for What You Believe


Prompt Choice 
~Post a black and white picture or...
~Post a black and white with just a wee bit of color
~Use one layer of one of Kim Klassen's textures




"Don't  be afraid to stand for what you believe in, 
even if it means standing alone."
~Author Unknown



This was the picture before I took out the color and added back just a tad.

This post is linked with:
 Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday
Tuesday Muse
NF Blo-Ma
Today's FLowers






20 comments:

  1. i like that last one with the hint of green in the leaves, too.

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  2. Absolutely beautiful& I love the quote!

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  3. A very beautiful interpretation of the prompt. Sometimes we need a relief from being inundated with so much color. Very peaceful.

    I see that you are a Yankees fan. Me too! But for a different reason, I suspect. Back in the late 60s I worked my way through college by living with a young Yankee pitcher, Steve Hamilton, and being a mother's helper for him and his wife Shirley's three children. Fond memories of summers living with the family in New Jersey/NYC and ballgames at Yankee Stadium.

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  4. Genie you are playing with Lightroom.

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  5. So delicate - beautifully done!

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  6. both are lovely! I like how you've cropped it with the three leaves in upper left!

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  7. I really love that first one, to me it has just the right amount of color with the b/w.

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  8. Beautiful images, both of them! :)

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  9. we're both tiptoeing through the tulips today.

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  10. Wonderful. I like the original best.

    Earl

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  11. Love the photos - so nice
    GO RED SOX GO !!!!!!!

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  12. Very pretty Genie -- so glad you were able to join in this week. xo

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  13. Both lovely shots, I like the texture created in the first one, but I prefer the natural colour of the original.

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  14. That picture you have been exquisite touches of color, beautiful and delicate flower!

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  15. Simple and beautiful picture and words. Great job, Genie!

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  16. Beautiful. Your choice of the tulip for the challenge was perfect. It really highlights its beauty and doesn't let background colors distract.

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  17. This is gorgeous, Genie!
    Have a great weekend..

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