Raindrops in Sepia
“What is sad for women of my generation is that they weren’t supposed to work if they had families. What were they going to do when the children are grown - watch the raindrops coming down the window pane?
~Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
This post is linked to Lisa’s Macro Monday.
I love the post process you used here, the picture looks like a painting! It's beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely processing - the raindrops look beautiful against the sepia tones.ReplyDelete
What an interesting treatment. I think this would make a beautiful fabric pattern.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh...so very artfully done!!ReplyDelete
My Link for today:
Hot pink...BEAUTY and the BEAST
It's so wonderful to see the trees in bud! Love the look of crumpled paper here.ReplyDelete
Don't know the technical stuff but I know what I like....lovely...ReplyDelete
this is lovely Genie. the quote is fantastic too. but I have to disagree with Jackie on this one. I see her point, and I understand it, but I believe that it is essential to learn how to be still and watch raindrops coming down the windowpane too. where do you find these most lovely quotes? have a great week Genie. I'm really lovin' your photos.ReplyDelete
This is beautifully composed! Great work. It almost looks like a Japanese painting detail.ReplyDelete
Beautiful picture, and I love the quotes you've added to it. It's so true.ReplyDelete