It's time once again to join Bonnie (Pixel Dust Photo Art) for Photo Art Friday - Which now takes place the 1st Friday of every month unless otherwise stated.
This months theme is: Water.
I took some photos awhile back of the fountain in our local park (Pioneer Park) and will be sharing them today.
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First up a Collage of the fountain:
Next up a few close-ups of parts of the fountain. I did very little editing on these photos.
Then I played around with cropping sections of the photos and adding a few effects from Pic Monkey and Be Funky
Finally a really close-up cropped and probably my favorite of all the photos.
Do stop by and check out the gallery. It's worth it.
you've done the subject well, your photos are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Ida, these are wonderful!! I love the variations and the many ways to focus in on parts of this fountain. You sure had fun and made MY VISIT fun, too!!ReplyDelete
and yes, Life is marching on quicker and quicker!!
Wonderful photographs Ida and love the effects of your editing. Statuary is such a great subject for both photographers and photo artists, isn't it?ReplyDelete
What a great fountain, and love your captures of this! Especially like the last... makes me feel like I am in RomeReplyDelete
I like the last one too - as well as the others.ReplyDelete
Yes, wonderful pictures ... enjoy the architectural beauty that source!ReplyDelete
That last one made me smile with delight.ReplyDelete
Have a nice evening :)
Beautiful photography. I love the collage and the detail shots of the fountain.ReplyDelete
Those are great, Ida. Love the different effects. Thanks for the reminder!!ReplyDelete
These are so pretty Ida, the perspective, the tiny details in the close ups and the treatment, very special!ReplyDelete
You brought out a lot of detail..lovely..MichelleReplyDelete
What a wonderful take on the theme! And I do love the final close-up; it's perfect!ReplyDelete
Ida, you have picked a great subject to work with . . . so many angles to approach the theme from. My favourite is the second to last.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful fountain! I love your collage, and your edits.ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed the fountains. So pretty. It's always delightful to visit with you. Take care.ReplyDelete