This is beautiful M.
A beautiful picture!
This is a beautiful and poignant picture. We've had the most glorious summer here--not too much rain (amazing in Belgium!), not too hot, lots of sunshine. As we come to the end of summer and slide towards my favorite season, I'm feeling a little nostalgic about this summer...
I'm a little sad to see summer's flowers fading. No amount of water will revive my once lovely flower pots.It's time for something new.
That image speaks to me too, M. Thank you for sharing it.Some parts of the garden are looking tired, as they usually do in August. But surprisingly the weather has been absolutely delightful these past few days, not blistering hot as it usually is at this time of year.I hope you're enjoying the same. xo
That should be printed and framed! It's beautiful and melancholy at the same time.When my computer had to be reworked I lost all of my brushes and actions :(
Kate..I have your Panna Cotta in the fridge:) Hope I did it ok..tomorrow will tell:)I am glad you had such a great summer..Ours was 50% maybe 33 1/3:)%But very busy!Susan..I use textures with Flickr.. some are free to use.. no actions or brushes needed..I am a fan of the vintage feel and look of many of the textures that are offered.Go play:)I did a kitchen one this week..and enjoy it~I had wondered about this type of photo and had played with grunge brushes etc..but I prefer the textures now:)Thank you for enjoying the photo Mary and Martha and A:)
Monique, is that a Monet?And why is it that people whose names start with an M, are always so darn artistic?
MMMMMMarysol:)I hope you received my little note last week:)I miss your posts so much.
Lovely photo, once again. Feels like a wildflower field in Switzerland so makes me want to go back.
I can't wait to see your panna cotta. Did you use the raspberries?
Not enough Kate..I had maybe 5 and used them for a mix in something else..My strawberries are macerating.I am going out for dinner so it will be my lunch:)Thank you Kim.
Indeed.... soul food.