No textures. Just several CS5 filters and one overlay to give a watercolor effect.
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beautiful compositione! love it…:)
Oh the stories this place could tell……lovely shot, Pat.
Great photo, – I do like your edit!
fantastic Pat, love the post processing and your subject matter is perfect!
Cool effect! I thought that was a Jerry Jones texture. Love the way this turned out.
this looks like a very interesting place!
painterly & derelict – a lovely still-standing statement
So pretty, I like this house, exquisite light, texture and color.
Love this Pat. The borders are great and the composition too.
It’s a beautiful photo and it definitely IS art… stories to go with the picture are going through my mind.
I think this is a nice picture.
Very old, but you gave it quite the treatment! Margie
I´m glad you did not use texture. I think that sould ahve spoiled it. I love that work of art.
I agree, your processing here is just right as it is, what an interesting place!
Nice editing of a lovely old shack. Very romantic:)
Excellent with the water-colour effect!
Beautifully photographed and edited, Pat! It’s the kind of structure I would love to see.
Old store that store memory.
Beautiful. It reminds me of the wild west. Great processing!
I really like what you did here! Great!
Lovely what you did… I am so drawn to old deserted buildings who knows what their history is…
Love what you did. I bet there are some cool stories hidden behind those walls.
Great edit on this, and I can just “see” the corner and the town that this is in in my mind!
wonderfully photographed and exquisitely processed. it makes me want to tell a story…
I like what you have done with your image. Very nice! I love old buildings with character…
This is wonderful. Such character and charm. Your edit is perfect.
You did a great job with the processing!
Very nice, with lots of character!
when i look at this image i find myself wishing that it was still a functioning store . . . sort of mourning it’s “passing” if that makes any sense.
I love pictures of buildings like this, I never see any where I live, I am surrounded by new.
Great image and I am very intrigued that you achieved this look with no textures. Love the watercolour effect, it works perfectly.
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