Saturday, December 17, 2011

Day 5 - Kim Klassen's 12 Days of Textures

I hope you are doing well this fine Saturday morning. I have been thoroughly enjoying Kim Klassen's 12 Days of Textures. If you have not yet done so I encourage you to check it out.I have been playing around with Kim's Day 5 texture, "ZuZu" and I came up with 2 different versions of this Frosted Pine image. I couldn't decide which one I liked better so I decided to post both. I hope you like :)

1 layer of kk_zuzu, multiply, 36%
1 layer of kk_anabelle, soft light, 100%, Slightly desaturated the outer edges

1 layer of kk_zuzu, multiply, 36%
1 layer of my own Snowflakes texture, soft light, 100%
1 layer of my own Snowflakes texture, multiply, 20%


Angie said...

I love your snowflake texture! And it goes perfectly with Kim's Zuzu. :) Lovely photograph!

Amy said...

Hmm, I think I like the 2nd version more. It really gives that frosty, wintry feeling!

Kathy said...

OOOOOOH...lovin' that snowflake texture! It goes so perfectly with the photo. Casting a vote for #2!


Pat said...

Thanks for the recipes. I'm going to try and whip one of these up in my "kitchen"!

Cindy M said...

Oh, my, but these are just magical. Love the soft colors and the textures and the compositions.

Deborah said...

Beautiful Linda, and thank you for stopping by my blog to comment on the 12 Days of Textures.

I hope that you noticed while you were there that I used your textures, Snowflake and Winter Wonderland on all the photos taken of shop windows!

You can view your textures at:

johanna said...

that snowflake texture is a hoot!! thanks for sharing (i just downloaded it and hope to play soon)! great wintery photographs.

Sylvia said...

They are both so beautiful !
Your Snowflakes texture gives it a magical touch, gorgeous !
Nice Sunday,

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

So pretty -- I agree with the others that your snowflake texture is wonderful. Thanks for being such a creative and generous person, Linda! :)

Sivinden said...

Lovely shot with great textures!

deb duty said...

Gorgeous photo and I love the subtle snowflakes!