January 20, 2012

Birds of a Feather...

A creative photo challenge: mix portions of a photo together, add any Pixie Dust Texture and abstract.  I'm not sure if this is what the challenger had in mind, but it's as abstract as I get.  I used Pixie Dust's "Soft Swirls" texture,  my own bird photo, duplicated the bird, enhanced with a ocean ripple filter.


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20 comments:

Anns Art said...

Pixie dust or not, I like it Pat.

Ruth said...

Love your creation Pat :)the painted effect really suits the subject :)

Terrie said...

Very pretty - not terribly abstract, but very suitable for the subject. That's one of the best things about these challenges - seeing each person's interpretation......no grades! :) It's soft and romantic and very painterly.

Ida said...

Beautiful. I love the almost Monet like feel of your art piece.

Sherri B. said...

This is wonderful...I love the blurred effect. It makes it look like a dream!

Anki said...

This is a nice work of art.

Kia said...

Beautifully done, Pat! Lovely!
Have a happy weekend ahead! xo

Ms. Burrito said...

So pretty!

Come and see my PINK, you can also link with my Color Connection meme. Happy Pink Saturday.

Kaylene said...

Well done

Marilyn said...

Great piece of art. Love it!

kareninkenai said...

Like the subtle soft effect; very nice processing. thank you for sharing. karen

Dru said...

Whether or not this was what the challenger had in mind - it's absolutely beautiful!! Happy Pink Saturday to you..Dru

chubskulit said...

Lovely pink!

My PINK is inviting you to come and see. Have a nice weekend!

Suzanne Carter said...

very cool, love your image
Blessings
Suzanne

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

I think you did a great job.
I'm not much for abstracts either.
Happy PS !

1CardCreator said...

Happy Pink Saturday! ~Diane

Deborah said...

great affect!

LV said...

Whatever you did, turned out very nicely.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine said...

It turned out lovely! I'm late visiting for Pink Saturday, but hope you had a great one!

Marty Mason said...

This is the most wonderful 'abstract'!