Saturday, March 07, 2009

Purple Passion




For Carly's Round Robin, the theme is "Purple"...my favorite. Although there's plenty of purple around in life, I decided to do an entry combining "real" and "altered" purple stuff. Just for kicks.

So starting with "real", I alternated.

Enjoy~



























You can check out the other purple entries here!
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14 comments:

Linda :) said...

Oh Wow! I love the last one with the purple sky... but I love all purple too... :)

Suzanne R said...

Very interesting, with the purple effects and the real purple items. You did a great job!

Maria said...

Hello, Nancy! Purple is a wonderful color and you have a fine entry with this theme! Those grapes look great!....Maria

Family Affair Photography said...

That last one is impressive, I love the effects you did with that photo.

Monica

madcobug said...

I could eat a few of those grapes right now. Great pictures. Hugs, Helen

Bridgett said...

What beautiful real and altered pictures! I particularly love the final shot. So gorgeous!

XOXO

Jessica said...

Wonderful shots Nancy! I really like the great job you did on the last altered photo...very intriguing

Connie said...

Those grapes look so good ..like you could just reach up and eat them.
Lovely photos.
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Hugs
connie

MyMaracas said...

What fun! I love the altered ones, especially.

Carly said...

Hi Nancy :)

Purplicious! Did I spell that right? LOL. I really like the grapes, they look so yummy, but the last one is so completely artsy and fun! I could see that one enlarged and mounted into a frame with a black border. Yes. Very nice indeed.

Hugs, Carly

Jama said...

I love that shot of the purple grapes, the ones we usually see are those selling at the market not hanging on the tree, truly awesome.

Tammy said...

You are officially an artist woman. :) Love ya!

Liz said...

The grapes made my mouth water.

mtrib2 said...

All the photos make for a nice group representing purple. Some nice effects. mark