Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

Using Photoshop, I’ve added fillers to this lovely photo of the Tetons.

Hope you enjoy!

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Ailsapm invited me to this Weekly Photo Challenge — Great idea!

 

Hya MargeKatherine – seeing as there hasn’t been an official weekly photo challenge this week, I’m stepping up and throwing down a challenge for anyone who’s interested. http://wheresmybackpack.wordpress.com/2012/05/12/reflections/

I’d love you to join in – the more the merrier. Pass it on. xxx Ailsa

 

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  9. All the different filtered versions of this photo are interesting. I liked the one with the outlines, and the one that looked like a Monet Impressionistic painting. But I have to confess, my favorite is still the original shot. Interesting swing on this challenge!

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