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Working on projects that reflect transition I find myself often nervous to try the change— but just like the dandelion, often times that transition is beautiful in it’s own way.

This week I’m venturing out with Kim Klaussen and her Texture Tuesday. Go visit! You will see some fabulous art!!

Remember to STAY in the DAY and find the beauty that is right in front of you.


I’m playing here this week too!

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August 30, 2011 at 8:17 pm | Art | 9 comments


9 responses to “Transition”

  1. Melinda says:

    What a wonderful image this is- and the texture is perfect! Excellent!

  2. deb says:

    I’m in love with your dandelion photo. Love the touches of green brown and yellow and the texture looks just right. Great job!

  3. Claudie says:

    Ah ah Transition. Yes gf, it’s a good thing.
    Loved talking to you today… twice : )

  4. mary says:

    Love Kim’s art. I am still needing to work on using textures for my photos. I love the look but am not sure I have a program to make them work for me.

  5. Ruth West says:

    I love the second image, an eerie feel to the sunflowers, it really works so well! Saw you over at KK.

  6. wendy says:

    You certainly have “fine tuned” your photography.
    I just point and shoot……..and consider myself lucky if I get a good one.
    BUT, I have certainly not invested in the kind of camera needed, or the instructions that would help.

    Hey…you might enjoy this. One of the gals at Claudies when we were all together loves photography too(Julie)
    She was realatiing how she had heard of an incident where
    the person made a comment on a person’s photography
    They said “your pictures are awesome, you must have a really good camera”
    where the person replied
    Your cooking is incredible, you must have a really good stove.

    ha ha…I liked that. Takes more then just a good camera. It is an ART

  7. LaVoice says:

    Sometimes a little change in life is good for us. Trust your change will be the right one for you.

  8. Sue says:

    Claudia, Your dandelion and sunflower photos are gorgeous! You definitely have the talent, girl! Love what you did with the texture effect, as well. 🙂
    hugs, Sue

  9. Claudia,

    GMTA. I just wrote a post “Transitions”! (We do this all the time.) Your quote: Stay in the day is my new mantra.

    Your Friend,

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