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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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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

A little Magic

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Dried roses I got from my daughter at Mothers day. I dried them and put them in an artful glas I have.

I painted my first volcano. Watercolor with think paint
CARBon paper A5


And a little Magic for Rains TAD
 The golden world
Photoshop, a statue I have and some water photos was the base for this one.


Afrodite in the ocean

I created this one several years ago, 130307.  You can see the objects I used below. Also added a shot with water drops as backdrop.

Afrodite, a dolphin and a glass ball

© NF Photo 200618

I hope everyone is still safe. In Sweden we are now allowed to travel a bit. But we still have to keep distance.

Linking up with the following memes. My thanks to the hosts:
Paint Party Friday     Rains TAD

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21 comments:

  1. This is magic your pictures, I admire them fascinatingly! But the Afrodite is also so magical I am thrilled!
    I am fine and even if there are more loosening up with us, I take good care!
    I wish you a nice day and take care of you, Elke

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  2. Luv the magic of mothers and daughters
    Happy Thursday

    I am inviting you to join my linky on Sundays where i ask what's your Sunday like

    much❧✿❧love

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  3. Beautiful art today, great job on the dried roses.

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  4. Love the volcano painting, stunning.

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  5. Nice work on your volcano. Happy PPF

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  6. My roses always drop their petals as they dry out. Maybe you have a secret? Beautiful art, especially the volcano! It has an abstract quality that allows one’s imagination to reign.

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  7. We do often think alike ... I have my Mother's Day roses dried and in a vase as well. It is amazing how well they maintain their beauty. I knew before I read what you said that you had created an awesome volcano ... I can just see and feel the power of the rush to the surface. I love it! And, of course, as you might expect, I see an owl in your swirls and statues ... my mind and eye gravitate to such interpretations. So I love your Owl, even if it wasn't unintentional :) As for Afrodite, there is so much depth in the way you did it, almost like a 3-D painting ... hummm, you are clever as well as talented :) Glad you are staying well. We are allowed to do more now too, but I am hanging back. At my age, I can't afford to risk exposure ... Be Safe, Monica :)

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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    1. thanks Andrea,. of course you saw an owl. :) Easy!

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  8. Love your dried roses! The volcano is amazing!

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  9. I love how you artistically put separate objects into one digital piece of art- so creative! Congrats on being featured at PPF this week!

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  10. Happy PPF i am #11 on the PPF linky

    Much🏜love

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  11. Congratulations on being featured. Monica your art has advanced so much. I am very impressed with your creativity.

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  12. The dried rose looks so wonderful against the black background. Lovely set of artwork, specially love the volcano. It is amazing, love the colours!


    -Soma

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  13. Hi Monica :)) I LOVE your Aphrodite!!! Beautifully magical! The dried roses are so pretty. :) I think you did a spectacular job with your volcano. I hope you keep trying with the watercolours! But I understand the buckling of the paper...it's so annoying. I tried to stretch some canvas but it didn't stop the buckling. I've heard that you can CAREFULLY use an iron after to flatten the canvas, haven't tried it yet!

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  14. Hola, Mónica. Por aquí ya podemos además de pasear, viajar libremente dentro de país. Ahora bien, dentro de unas normas, y lo peor es que sigue habiendo algunos irresponsables que no las cumplen.
    En cuanto a los trabajos que nos presentas hoy, todos son muy originales y bonitos, pero lo que resalta en tu arte, es el buen gusto que tienes para componer tus obras.
    Un saludo, y me alegro mucho de que por ahí también vaya la cosa mejor.

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