Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Hydrangea in the Late Summer Sun



To create the textural effects, I used Kim's Warm Sun and Crackerjack textures. To see other beautiful images made using Kim's textures, please click the link: Kim Klassen's Cafe.

On Friday, I am going to link up to Fertilizer Friday at Tootsie Time To see other beautiful gardens, 
please click the link above.

11 comments:

  1. I bought my first Hydrangea this summer. They are so beautiful. I like how they go from white to pink in the autumn.

    /Åsa

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  2. Visiting from "Texture Tuesdays". Oh my goodness, these hydrangea photos are gorgeous and you picked the perfect textures and methods to go along with it! Beautiful!

    Kathy

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  3. Jennifer, I M big hydrangea fan and am always amazed at all of the color changes they go through.

    Eileen

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  4. Beautiful images ~ so romantic-looking.

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  5. I love hydrangeas - your textures on them are fabulous!

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  6. Jennifer your photographs of the hydrangeas are beautiful. Hydrangeas look beautiful at all stages and are one of my favorites in the garden.Have a wonderful weekend.

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  7. Very pretty. I have been watering everyday just to keep mine alive!

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  8. Hydrangea is my favorite. shared it on my tootsie's facebook page
    I thank you so much for linking in this week. It is an honor to host Friday's Flaunt and meet new friends and visit the regulars (who are like old friends) who share. I am always excited to tour each post and see the different flowers/ projects and garden art that everyone flaunts. It is a pleasure to tour and see all the gorgeous blooms...and I appreciate each and every link and comment! I hope you will link in again soon!
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  9. Hydrangeas are such beautiful flowers to photograph. There is just something about them - they seem a bit old fashioned while still being fresh and contemporary. A complete oxymoron I know but it's just how I see it!

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