Sunday, 28 February 2010

TODAYS FLOWERS 2

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A bunch of tulips to brighten any home

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A single tulip  beautiful in it’s own right.

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The Photoshop treatment turns it into a beautiful pattern.

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And here into a beautiful picture to hang on your wall.

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So our bunch of tulips may die but their image is captured for ever.

Click on this link to see more of natures beauty.

http://flowersfromtoday.blogspot.com/

TODAY'S FLOWERS TEAM

LUIZ SANTILLI JR. - DENISE IN VIRGINIA - LAERTE PUPO - VALKYRIEN

13 comments:

  1. Tulips can be so versatile. Lovely!

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  2. I love tulips and you can get them in so many colours nowadays. It will be May before we see tulips in our garden over here!!

    Thanks for popping by,

    Gill in Canada

    (Should say, your page is really slow to load.....)

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  3. Beautiful shots of the tulip! I really love the last shot!

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  4. You have to love tulips, a sure sign of spring ~ whether indoors or out!

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  5. I loved your tulips, Jeanni, and your visit too. Thanks.
    Have a nice week!

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  6. Beautiful bunch of tulips, so refreshing. Interesting frames and a macro shot. Photoshop did great work on the macro, too.

    Thanks always for the visit.

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  7. Tulips are a sure sign that Spring is here or approaching when one sees them in the grocery stores! I fill my home with them to chase away the winter blues! Great editing in PS!

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  8. The photoshopped picture is really great!
    My flowers are mistletoes, indeed!
    Thank you for your visit!

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  9. I love tulips too - they are a Must in my home now!

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  10. These are lovely!
    I really like the photoshopped images. That first one would be so pretty as a piece of material. :)
    Mine’s here: Carletta’s Captures.

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  11. JJ: What a neat plant, I await my tulips coming up through the frozen ground.

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  12. A lovely display of tulips JJ. Thanks for sharing them. Can't wait to see those in my own garden soon.

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