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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Almost Wordless Watery Wednesday

Make Time for Small Reflections
Mostly
More photographs from
my sister the Oregon ...
RV traveling

Coastal views in Oregon
near Yaquima Head


Until embiggened
dif'rences seem minimal ...
Click and you will see!


Original - tweaked a bit


Dry Brush


Original - tweaked a bit


Paint Daubs


Original - tweaked a bit


Paint Daubs

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"We are shaped and fashioned by what we love." Goethe

21 comments:

J Bar said...

Great water shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Ellie said...

This is really fascinating rock structure! Looks like a giant crater. Very powerful!

Carletta said...

I was thinking crater too and thinking I'd be a little afraid to be taking that gorgeous shot! :)

Icy BC said...

Beautiful sight to see, and like your tweaking images also..

Jama said...

wow, what an awesome view!

Joops said...

Very creative!

Come and see some parts of South Korea. Have great day!

eileeninmd said...

Pretty Scenic photos from Oregon. Another place I would like to visit.

diane said...

Lovely dramatic see photos.

Rebecca said...

Those coastal views are beautiful. I like the first shot where you can see the different layers in the rock. Very cool.

gengen said...

Beautiful entries. Happy watery Wednesday.

Vixen said...

I like both the treatments, but I think I have some photos I would like to use the dry brush on and then print them really big to frame on my wall like a painting almost.

moorebloglife said...

simply stunning the first was definitely impressive one enlarged!

Sue said...

Oregon coast line looks like a beautiful place. Nice photos.

Dianne said...

beautiful coast line
I love the light upon the water

Pam said...

Isn't it amazing what the force of water can do to a rock. Your tweaking
makes a beautiful view even more heavenly.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi there, I love photography--but 9/10ths of the time, I like the original --right out of the camera the most. Sometimes, when one 'doctors' pictures, it ruins the look you want to make.

Love your next to the last one (the original)...
Hugs,
Betsy

Calico Crazy said...

Wow, such pretty orginals and lots of beautiful effects. Oregon is one of the states I've never visited, but I would really like to.

Calico Contemplations

Ebie said...

Love the beautiful coastline, breath taking views!

P.S. We are lucky to live in SoCal.

Pat said...

Beautiful shots of the coast.

We are full time rv-ers. We travel around in a 40 foot fifth wheel. My blog is about our travels and other thoughts I have.

chubskulit said...

Visiting today, have a nice Thursday!

mariposa said...

Great shots. :)


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