As you might remember, we have been taking little trips to the country and the mountains over the last few months….just a day two here and there, but enough to feel refreshed and remember that there is more to life than what the city offers. We haven’t done that for a long time, so it really is like a new adventure.
This week I am showing you a collection of images of windows – from the ornate and exuberant to the homey. Most of them are quite old – some are of buildings still used and lived in and others are abandoned.
Window Collage. The images here were sharpened and Curves and Levels adjusted using Photoshop.
The following collection of images has been edited using Photoshop Filter Gallery. They were orangified using Hue/ Saturation, Selective Colour and finally adjusted with Shadows/Highlights.
Abandoned House. Oberon. Photoshop Poster Edges filter.
Abandoned House 2/Selfie Reflection. Photoshop Filter Sumi-e.
Linking with Weekend Reflections
Man (reluctant mode!) at Window. Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. Photoshop Neon Glow filter.
Open Window. Carrington Hotel. Katoomba. Photoshop Poster Edges and Photo filters.
Front Veranda Window. Carrington Hotel. Photoshop Dark Strokes filter.
Window. The Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. Photoshop Accented Edges filter.
Window in Billiard Room. Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. Photoshop Cut Out filter.
Window. The Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. Photoshop Accented Edges.
Loungeroom Windows. House my Dad built and where I grew up. Photoshop Sumi-e filter.
Linking with Nature Footstep Catching the Light
And now Playtime – with Photoshop and Nik Color Efex and Topaz filters.
Linking with Nature Footstep Abstract
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