Blossom Heath Orton 1

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    I have used orton and HDR on this shot. Taken at Blossom Heath park in SCS michigan.

    tintinian, lucy10, avaloon, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Kirsten M Lentoft 97 months ago | reply

      This looks great!!!

      Seen in my contacts' photos

    2. Marco Brown-Maltese Artist 97 months ago | reply

      I think it has dream like qualities.

    3. natureloving 97 months ago | reply

      beautiful colours, well done

      This photo is so great, it should be *FOR EVERYONE*

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    4. lucy10 97 months ago | reply

      gorgeous colors
      well done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5. Alfredo11 97 months ago | reply

      Great picture the Orton effect its just like a dream!!!!!!

    6. sunricebug 97 months ago | reply

      Really magic !!!

    7. J. Chris Vaughan 97 months ago | reply

      If you ask me, purple is the new mauve.


    8. slack12 97 months ago | reply

      Nice one. 1-2-3.

    9. CK147 97 months ago | reply

      Very Beautiful!!!! Looks like a painting!

    10. sunsurfr 96 months ago | reply

      Love the HDR Orton combo. Nice job.

    11. BarGal 89 months ago | reply


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    12. Jill .... back in the Philippines 89 months ago | reply

      love the way you edited it...veyr creative!

    13. ShutterSam & DigiNee 89 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful combination of two techniques ---- this is incredible! D

      Seen in Full of colors.

    14. ki's2 [deleted] 85 months ago | reply

      wow...a tremendously powerful shot....

    15. SpeedyDi20832 79 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Painter's Palette, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    16. jogonal 72 months ago | reply

      I got into Orton recently and I have done a couple, this one is great

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