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Through the Icy Woods Photo Editing Winter Backyard Fairytales

Just in case we need a little relief from the heat, the theme at Inspiration Avenue blog this week is, "Icy."  With so many ideas and not enough energy I decided to use a photo of mine which I took last winter.  After adding this and that to it on Picnik , here is the result.  Click on the image if you wish to view it in a larger size.

Do you see this in your backyard?

Pearls and diamonds, a knight on a horse, now I am unmasked and ready to start a new adventure.  He awaits... 

15 comments :

Notelets By Design said...

I can actually feel the cold while looking at this photo - remarkable.

New End Studio said...

Thanks Notelets!

♥ Miss Tea said...

oooh the photo makes me feel like it's white christmas already! love how u edit the photo too! stunning!

xsusan

Magpie said...

I love this frosty winter image!

New End Studio said...

Thank you Susan and Magpie!

Everyone so far is liking the chilly image, yay!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Visiting from IA. Love the details in the photo--including the sweet owl! I'm much cooler now!

New End Studio said...

Thanks Craftymoose, I like the owl too, was going to give him a mate, but forgot!

art2cee2 said...

You have definitely accomplished the theme with this icy back yard. Usually in Va. we don't get much snow, but it does remind me of a couple of years ago when we had the most that I can remember! :-) I like this a lot! :-)

abby j said...

Brrrr! Great job on your ICY art...I can feel it!! Thanks for sharing...
and thanks for stopping by my blog...that's how I got to YOURS. Nice to make new friends in the blogosphere!!! :o)

Hugs,
abbyj

www.thevivere.blogspot.com

WrightStuff said...

Yeah I see this in my backyard all the time.... we're so cool here!!

Great entry - thanks :)

Cathy L. Calamas said...

Love this! We did get snow twice this year which is unusual for SC. I do have an owl in my backyard though.
Thanks for stopping by my blog today, too.

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

Awesome take on the theme- love the knight in shining armor, and your owl is fab- we have "seven hoot" owls in our area and I every once in a while, I'll see one silhouetted in a tree just like yours.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I like how you took an existing photo and turned it into a work of ART. I know I'm late, but I've been offline most of the week with a house guest. I do appreciate you stopping by, though.

Kat W said...

Wow - this is really effective. So magical & pretty. It enchants my imagination into story telling mode. Lol.

Kat :-)

PS I have a blog giveaway at mine if you want to pop by :-)

IM GIRL said...

I love this submission and I would love even more to see it in my backyard..NOW!