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Monica Johansson and NatureFootstep.com
I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
as much as I can to find new areas to document.
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Photo and PhotoArt blogs
NatureFootstep Photography and PhotoArt
Image files:  File 1,    File 2,   File 3,    File 4,   File 5

Bildverkstan - Image workshop
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NatureFootstep World   Image file:  NF World

Birds blogs
NF European birds    Image files:  File 1,  File 2,  File 3
Birds around the world, Honolulu, Norway, Iceland, Japan    Image files: Around the world,   part of Japan birds
Birds in Costa Rica  Image files: Costa Rica
Birds in Morocco  Image files: Morocco
Birds in Queensland, Australia  Image files: File 1    File 2 

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Dandelion in an arty way

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Filter: accented edges

Filter: paint daubs
© NF Photo 170513

Linking up with the following memes. My thanks to the hosts:
Paint Party Friday   Floral Friday Fotos   Wordless Wednesday

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  1. A wave of yellow comes in like a spring tide.

  2. I love dandelions! These shots are brilliant.

  3. Very artful, most I like #3.
    Greetings from Germany

  4. love your art play-beautiful first shot!

  5. Monica I always look forward to your PPF posts. There is always something amazing and wonderful.

  6. Really luv the second and third; Hapy PPF

    much love...

  7. I like to see what photographers do with their photos turning them into digital art. Very cool. Happy PPF! Hugz, Rasz

  8. Beautiful! This is the perfect example of why I love digital art soooo much!! These changes make not only the original stand beautifully on it's own, but bring a new abstract quality to the photo! Good job!!!

    Hugs Giggles

  9. Oh such gorgeous photographs and artwork - cheery and beautiful colours. Wonderful!

  10. I love Dandelions. I think they are beautiful and really hate that they are such a weed. A yard full of dandelions is much prettier that grass, but when the flowers are gone what remains is rugged and almost ugly. You, however, have found a way to make their beauty last forever ... this one will be in your show or on your wall, I hope :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol


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