Turning Flowers Purple

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This week's prompt for Nurture Photography Spring 2013 Challenge was Lilac/Flower, since we no longer have a lilac bush much to my dismay I decided to create my own by using a Creative Photography idea.

 

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It was a lot of fun, and made me very happy that I had decided to get a purple hair scarf.

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Nurture Photography Challenge - Spring 2013 Edition

10 comments

  1. Thanks, I had been dying to try this since Kristi posted it at Live and Love Out Loud =]

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  2. Lilacs aren't out yet. You know I have a bunch of the bushes in my back yard and they are only green no buds yet.

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  3. I thought you were allergic to lilacs?

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  4. no lilacs around these parts either. beautiful work Amanda! i love how the scarf gave such a softness to the photos. love those magnolia blossoms.

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  5. These came out great Amanda! Love the collages.

    Thanks for taking part in the Nurture Photography Challenge!

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  6. These came out great, Amanda! I'm so glad you gave the scarves a try. Way to work that purple in there! :)

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  7. Thanks! I had been dying to try this tip out and figured it would work great with the flowers =]

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  8. Thank you! I loved the difference between the tulips when I used the scarf and didn't. I found it easier for me to focus then hang then scarf over the lens instead of attaching it.

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  9. I bought that scarf not just cause I loved the color but cause I wanted to try this since you had posted it!

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