By Susan Latreille
In the summer my favourite photography pastime is saving my garden for winter enjoyment.
I also like to manipulate some of my photos, experimenting with nature, so to speak.
Here are two original photos, first in each grouping is unedited, followed by two various manipulations.
The first set is my new Peaches ‘n Dreams double hollyhock; the second set is rudbeckia (Black-eyed Susan).
Maybe not great art, but a lot of fun seeing what I can get from one photo.
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Very nice, Susan. You can do a lot with a simple image and even expand the manipulation into psychedelic territory.
Nice photos, Susan! So much fun playing around with them, eh?