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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Global | Texture | Musing on Tuesday ...




[traverse texture from August Trio by Kim Klassen] 

Kim is beyond generous - she is amazing. She has so much on her plate with family matters and still supplies us 'creatively-challenged' folk with awesome textures so that we too can look like we know what we're doing. Thank you Kim for both your generosity as well as your inspiration.


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24 comments:

  1. Great shot and great texture!!

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  2. What a lovely edit on this rooster. I have one very similar at my cabin and have enjoyed it so much!

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  3. I like the way you've added texture to this.

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  4. I Love Chickens and Roosters...I guess cause I always wanted to live on a farm!

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  5. Cute little guy- love the texture.

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  6. That texture by our so generous Kim looks great on that rooster!!

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  7. Lovely warm colors on the lovely rooster - and the texture suits so well to your photo!
    And your macros are just lovely in the formes post - so dreamy and serene ... Beuatiful, Nicki!

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  8. Love this folk art piece you've captured!
    Kim has a very generous heart.

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  9. So cute! I have chickens so I love anything chicken related :) Great shot!

    Visiting from Tuesday Muse.

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  10. That is so awesome! I would love to get something like that. And to your comment on my blog: unfortunately yes I did refer to that chicken as smokin'. I did say it rather sarcastically but I sure did say it :)

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  11. And yes a group of chickens is called a flock!

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  12. I love the well-worn look, with colors that are still rich and deep. And you're right about Kim. How sweet of you to express what so many of us think but haven't said.

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  13. Nice composition, funny frame with excellent texture, I like!

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  14. I agree Kim is an inspiration love your subject !!!

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  15. I have to work more with textures!

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  16. I want that chicken! He's more relaxed than mine. :)

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  17. There's just always something about photos of Roosters or anything with a rooster on them like cups or plates, etc. that draws my attention. I like the still ones, and was always afraid of the pecking roosters as a kid. Love your photo and the rooster model is very cute. Nice...

    Peabea visiting from Texture Tuesday

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