One of my favorite subjects to focus on is our furried friends. They are cherished loved ones who share their joy and companionship with us. With that in mind I’d like to present to you portraits of Lakota, Howard, Storm, and Cougar.
For this challenge I used:
- pdpa Brush Strokes texture
- five different pictures
If you would like to check out the Photo Art Friday Showcase or take a look at some of the neat (and many free) textures and background there are over at Pixel DustPhoto Art just click the button to the left.
Oh my - you are blessed. Each one beautiful - and what great names! Love the color of Storm's eyes. And love your selection of texture and the related presentation of all four.ReplyDelete
love how you faded to the edge and drew focus to the eyeReplyDelete
The eyes say it all.ReplyDelete
these are so cute and sweet!ReplyDelete
Furry friends are my favorite photos to look at too! I love them all, but Howard is too cute!ReplyDelete
there is an entire World in the eyes and you have captured it exquisitely, Kris!! wondrous delicious work!!ReplyDelete
I came over from PhotoArt Friday. I was checking out the site even though I did not submit one today...ReplyDelete
You know every once in a while you come across a blog and you stay WOW which is what I said after reading your profile. I am a wanta be photographer who is learning and finding her niche at the same time.
You described my intent perfectly..
I can't say enough about your edits on your submissions for today....They are incredible and beautiful...I have a very special furry friend as well and I enjoy beyond measure taking his photograph....
Have a great weekend...
Wow! These blow me away. Gorgeous animals and fabulous edits. Gallery worthy indeed.ReplyDelete
Oh, they are precious, Kris! Nicely done, all!ReplyDelete
they are all soooo beautiful! just learning how to work with textures. there is a lot of work in front of me :)ReplyDelete
I like your furry friends.. Wonderful portraits of them..ReplyDelete
Excellent! I love the expressions you've caught - and framed so fittingly. Great portraits!ReplyDelete