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I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
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Thursday, March 1, 2018

Frozen flowers

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From this...
© NF Photo 180224

I was defrosting my frezer a week ago and found the flowers I put in for freezing in a glass container about a year ago and then forgot. Took the ice out and took some shots. They are still in the glass container and that one became frosted and added a texture to the ice. 

..... to "Deep freeze"
© NF PhotoArt 180224

Using several editing softwares and filters and a lot of other stuff, I came up with "Deep Freeze"

Edit: I was asked why I froze the flowers in the first place. I have done it before with christmas cactus but this time it was a man, Bruce Boyd,  that froze the flowers and then cracked the ice that made me do it. You can see some of it HERE. I have not cracked my ice yet :)

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  1. So soft and lovely...why did you freeze the flowers?

  2. I like this effect. Looks a bit like our back garden. Where is spring?

  3. both very pretty. Wondering also the reason for freezing them...
    happy PPF!

  4. Love the purple of the flowers coming through.

  5. Love the Deep freeze, and also how you came up with freezing the flowers in the first place.

  6. Beautiful. I followed you on Instagram - two places. I love the deep freeze idea - but want to know more - add water?
    PPF #33

  7. well, isn't that lovely! I like the way it appears to be a painting.

  8. Frozen flowers is right. This is just excellent.

  9. Thanks everyone. I will post the explanation to this one next week !

  10. Thats a great picture.

    cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne


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