I love Queen Anne Lace, especially the underneath side.
All photos were manipulated in Photoshop Elements first, to get it to this point. See previous post for details. Here are some of the screens I made from the image.
The underside of this wonderful weed is far more interesting than the top...
and made into a great screen.
I like this underside even more than the previous one as it's more cropped.
More lace tops....
into a screen.
I think I'm all set with lace screens.
A couple of years ago, while visiting my daughter, I photographed this wonderful old chair in her neighbors yard. The neighbor moved shortly afterwards so I'm glad I had my camera that day. It's not often you see these wonderful metal chairs - brings back lots of memories.
I made it into a silkscreen.
And a detail of the seat provided texture for a screen.
My friend Barbara has a lovely garden with the most wonderful poppies, which I was able to photograph.
I manipulated the photo in Photoshop.
Since it was such a busy background, I cut the poppies apart and re-assembled them to make this Poppy screen.