Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Blessingbourne House Flowers

There are many flowers at Blessingbourne House and I have chosen only 2 to experiment on.  The Nelly Moser Clematis and another one that I am hoping someone can identify for me.  You may have a favorite however you may not like any of them!  Nevertheless, I had fun editing them.

















We had a day of recovery from all the flights however I could not resist going out for a walk to see if I could find birds which I did however I knew none of them and managed to get some shots so that I could find ID when I got home.  There are certainly lots of walls and gates here for Tex’s meme!

I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you for visiting.

Many thanks for all those who leave comments on any of my posts.  I am sorry at present I can only access internet about 15 minutes a day so I cannot comment on your blogs.

18 comments:

  1. Gorgeous flowers. Have a great time on your vacation!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Thank you. I needed some colour and beauty tonight.

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  3. I love the beautiful clematis! Gorgeous flowers and photos.. Have a great time visiting your family..

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  4. they're both beautiful! the 2nd is exotic looking.

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  5. Beautiful flowers! I love all of the edits too! I have a clematis the same color...it was gorgeous this past spring.

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  6. Do my eyes deceive me? Is this the Margaret who says she doesn't know how to do digital art? These are beautiful and clearly you have found the secret or you have been studying behind the scenes. What a great result ... they are all gorgeous. I would be hard pressed to pick a favorite.

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  7. Oh Margaret !!!! excellent photos!!!!!!!
    I am delighted with them.
    Greetings.
    Lucia

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  8. Your flower shots are gorgeous!

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  9. Gorgeous close ups of these blossoms. I like how well you capture the vivid colors and the tiny details of the center.

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  10. beautiful Margaret. I like 8 & 9. I think that flower may be an orchid, but not sure.

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  11. Fabulous shots, Margaret! Wonderful.

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  12. Both are gorgeous. I have never seen the second flower before though.

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  13. We have these Clematis here and they are large and beautiful. But I have to say you have made them even more stunning with your amazing edits!!! Soon I will be calling you The Effects Queen! It is an art! The last one is amazing, also number four, but hard to choose. I wish I could hep you with the second one, but I don't have a clue! i have never seen such a flower, but it does look like something in the orchid family. Please let us know if you find out.

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  14. What fun! I haven't had much luck with these since 3 houses ago. Happy to watch yours!

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  15. Beautiful images. I also enjoy trying different techniques in editing,when I have the time.

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  16. Margaret,
    The Clematis are pretty.
    I like them the way they are; with or without edits.
    Well done!
    Peace :)

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