Flower of the Day – 21st June 2019

A photograph of a yellow dahlia photographed at Morden Hall Park in London and entered into Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #43–Less is More

The Lens-Artists Challenge, this week set by Amy is called Less is more.  And the above daffodil, which was photographed at Doddington Place near Sittingbourne, Kent is ideal for this challenge. Another image where less is more is this dahlia…

Flower of the day – 24th September 2018

This photograph was taken in the gardens of Chartwell in Kent, the home of the late Sir Winston Churchill.  And what I love about this Dahlia is the vibrancy of its orange petals.  And I thought it would be a…

Flower of the day – 6th September 2018

A photograph of a dahlia flower taken at Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire, within the dahlia garden.  The Dahlia garden was spectacular it was full of different types and colours of dahlias.  It was an added bonus that there had been…

Dahlia from Pashley Manor

For the Flower of Day Post - hosted by Cee Neuner I have decided to go with this vibrant lilac and purple dahlia which was photographed at Pashley Manor Gardens in East Sussex. Happy 4th of July to all my…

Playing around with a Dahlia

On one of our trips to the many gardens we visit, Pashley Manor in East Sussex, in this case; I came across this vibrant dahlia with the grounds.  I liked the image and decided to give it an oil paint…

Dahlia

Pom Pom Dahlia from Lullingstone – Oil Paint Effect

  To create the above photograph, I started out in Lightroom.  To the dahlia I cropped the image and then did a few minor edits to the image.  Over-processing the image at this point was one thing I didn't want…

A hint of colour

  Today I wanted to try something different... I wanted to turn a black and white photograph back into Colour.... I processed my black and white image mainly in Lightroom, however I did resort to Photoshop to remove a stem which…