Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Made for a card

I loved the shape of this big rose bloom but it was kind of bla and I wanted to use it to print out a card for a friend using card paper. By making the rose seem to glitter it made the rose stand out better on the card paper, once I printed it.


Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Quite an amazing picture! I scrolled down to see alkl the many things you have been doing with your camera...Really Really Wonderful!

I hope you will get a chance to come on by and chec k out some of the garden pictures over this last period of time....Glad to see you are back...Well, sort of back...lol!

11:59 PM  
Blogger oregoncelticlady said...

Beautiful! I stopped in through Dak-ind's blog. I think you will love the pictures on my January 22 (i think) post.....a lovely fairy!

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Trace said...

This is beautiful.

9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oldladyofthehills, I have to thank you for staying with me even when I am not at my blogging best! I went to your blog and looked at all those beautiful pictures(and left a message), what can I say but keep them comming. I love blogs that add photos for their Blog world as well as their Blog writtings, it just makes everything so much better.

Where you and I might look around us and see the same flora and fauna everyday, many of our readers will find our photos interesting because of the many different places in the world we all live. I love to see the flora and fauna of all the other places in the world that are so different than my Oregon. And I like sharing a little of Oregon through my photos, with all those who might enjoy them.

I will soon be getting a new camera to add to my Canon EOS 20d. I love my canon but I want another more on the line of the point and shoot so that I don't have the hassel of the changing of bulky lenses and making the right settings to take just that spur of the moment shot. But I don't want to give up the quality of my canon either so I have been reviewing likely digital cameras for that quality spur of the moment shot. So far I think I will go with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50.
I think if you get a new digital camera this one would be great for you, too!

When I find the right price and get it, I will post some pictures and we will see if it was a good choice.

I went through past months on my blog looking to delete some of the pictures. Pictures I once thought were good were horrible, ha,ha! I can see in the quality exactly when I upgraded to my Canon EOS 20D from the Kodak easyshare!

7:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oregoncelticlady, Thank you for your visit. I went to you Blog and checked out your Fairy and story, charming. Thank you for the invite. Add more pictures girl!! Faira

7:58 AM  
Blogger Faira said...

Trace, Thank you for those three sweet words! I hope you come again! Faira

8:00 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home