CINDY!!! I think this photo is MAGNIFICENT!!!Looks as if it's resting in the branches.
Thanks Wanda. I'm glad you like it.
How did you do that??? What a fantastic photo! It would make a good cover for a mystery novel!
Oh, my, Cindy! This is spectacular!!! What a breathtaking image!! And wonderful quote!! Have a lovely weekend! – g
Hi Jacob and thanks. It does look mysterious doesn't it? It's actually two different photos. I took the branch photo in the day and then added the moon photo I took. Merged them together, added a texture and that was it.
Thanks Georgianna. Enjoy your weekend!
Wonderful composition of a tried and true old subject. Nice work.
Cindy, you really are talented. I think you could definitely do professional work. I am impressed! What kind of camera are you using? Love, Karen M.
Simplesmente maravilhosa!! Parabéns!!
Thanks Karen, Meire Ruiz and Carolyn. Karen, its a Canon Powershot SX10IS. It's a fancy point and shoot. I love it.
WOWZERS!!! This photo is just STUNNING! I'm confused on how exactly you merged these two photos ... you must have taken a lot of time to erase whatever was behind the branches to make that photo transparent in order to lay it on top of the moon photo? Do you have a program that easily does that? If so, I'd be interested in knowing what the name of the program is. In any case ... this really looks awesome. :)
BEAUTIFUL!! Your photos are amazing!!!
This photo is amazing! I like the climate and the light you used:)
Hi Jodi, Veronica and Joanna. Thank you all. I'm glad you liked the photo. Jodi, I use Corels Paint Shop Pro Photo X2. The branch photo has a blue sky background and the moon photo background was black. When I merged them together I didn't need to erase anything. I simply chose a setting that I liked (eg. darken, lighten, multiply...). I then added a texture to it and the photo you see was created. Thanks for asking. It was a lot of fun.
They are all AMAZING - but I love the feel of this one - the blue darkness that reminds me of the hard winter coming - in January and February we can hit minus 30 to minus 40 - I LOVE IT.
A truly amazing photo. Well done.
Thanks very much One Million Tulips. I had fun creating it. I took both photos and then merged them together. I did add a texture to it. I'm happy with it although I'm sure I could have worked on it some more. Thanks for stopping by. ~Cindy
Hi BaysideLife and thank you. I'm glad you like it. ~Cindy
I love reading your comments. Thanks for visiting. ~Cindy :)