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Flower of the Day – 31st October 2019

Posted as part of Cee’s Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.

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Flower of the Day – 30th October 2019

Posted as part of Cee’s Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.

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Lens-Artists Challenge #69 – Seeing Double and Flower of the Day -28th November 2019

A photograph of a flower photographed at Belmont House and Gardens with two wasps. Posted as part of Lens-Artists photo challenge curated by Tina and Cee’s Flower of the Day Photography Challenge,

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Things Found on a Farm

This week the topic is Things Found on a Farm. One of the most beautiful gardens we have visited has to be Belmont House and Gardens near Throwley in Kent.  Adjacent to the gardens is the farmland.  And for Cee’s…

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Flower of the Day – 17th March 2019

A sepia-toned image of flowers photographed at Belmont House and Gardens and entered into Cee’s Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.

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Flower of the Day – 15th March 2019

A photograph of white flowers photographed at Belmont House and Gardens in Kent, and entered into Cee’s Flower of the Photography Challenge.

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Flower of the Day – 9th December 2018

A photograph of a Cala Lily photographed at Belmont House and Gardens in Kent and entered into Cee’s Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.

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Photo Challenge Comparison

I like nothing more than comparing two different edits of an image to find out which one appeals to me. For instance this original edit I did of a walkway at Belmont Gardens in Kent.

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Blue Rose of Belmont House and Gardens

Blue Rose

I’ve played around with the Oil Paint filter at times in Photoshop before.  However, due to it not working on my desktop I invested in Topaz Impression.  What I like about Impression is that the software applies different styles and  brush strokes to…

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Soft petals from Belmont House Gardens

Sometimes you get a photograph and you have shot it either at the wrong angle or there is just something you don’t like about it. The photograph from above came from this photograph straight out of the camera, pictured on…

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