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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #50 – Trees

The lens-artists Photo Challenge for this week set by Ann-Christine is called Trees.  One of the things I love to do is woodland walks. The above photographs are of Ashenbank Woods, which is local to us.   Advertisements

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Wednesday RDP – COMEBACK

Now the Ragtag Daily Prompt of Comeback was no problem to me.  When I visit these woods, they also seem to say ‘Comeback’ to me.  I just love walking around those woods, and as the woods are local to me…

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Rework of Green Pasture of Ashenbank

  Back in July I did a photograph of Ashenbank Woods, in Lightroom and Topaz Studio.. and today I thought I would rework the image using Lightroom and Luminar.

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Green Pasture of Ashenbank

What with real-life things, some sad and some good, my inspiration for blogging and processing our images has diminished.  I kept thinking I need to do some photographs for our blog… but never felt mentally capable of doing. I seemed…

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Lightroom CC on laptop/desktop

Oil Paint of Ashehank Woods

  I have been a stark advocate of Lightroom Classic, and would use Lightroom Mobile now and again on my phone or tablet.  But when it came to processing a photograph in Lightroom CC on my desktop or laptop… well…

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Lines WordPress Photo Challenge

One of the challenges in the WordPress Photo Challenge that has been held was on the topic of Lines.  Lines can be straight, crooked, angular and are found everywhere.  So to achieve this challenge I used a photograph taken over…

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Favourite Place WordPress Photo Challenge

I have to say that the topic this week for the WordPress Photo Challenge  called Favourite Place has me thinking of a place that is close to where I live.. called Ashenbank Bank Woods near Cobham in Kent. Just a…

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Surrounded by Bluebells

Today I watched a video that was created by Laura Macky about replacing colours in an image.  And it was one from her expanding horizons tutorials.  I had never thought about using colour range to change parts of an image.   So I…

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