7 Feb 2012

Sugar and . . . . . .more sugar

At my favourite cafe they have the little sugar sachets in a stainless steel pot which caught my eye the other day as the sun was shining on them . I had my camera with me so was able to snap away.

I used Kim's "poetic" texture and then converted it to b/w and selectively added a little colour back to the sugar sachets. I think I added a "magic" texture as an edging but I didn't make a note of it . . . . :-(

"Sugar and . . . ."


I used the texture at soft light 100% and mutiply 34%.

I'll be posting this at    kimklassencafe and I'm looking forward to seeing some lovely work . . .

It's blowing a gale . . . literally . . . . as I write this . . the chimney is whistling and the shutters are rattling . . ..but I picked my first narcissus toady . . .oh the fragrance :-)

Teresa xx :-)


9 comments:

  1. Looks beautiful! I love the b&w and the little color on top of it...

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  2. I like the edit with a bit of color added back in.

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  3. Love the bleached out effect Teresa, I hope things have died down there for you now!

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  4. Very nicely done! Love the little touch of color and the softness of the edges :)

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  5. I love seeing the world through your eyes, Teresa. It's amazing how beautiful sugar packets can be!!!!

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  6. Beautiful image, love how you've made something ordinary so special. Great use of texture.

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  7. This is truly lovely Teresa!

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  8. Brilliant idea, Teresa! :)
    Hope you are having a lovely weekend! ♥

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