“les rêves,” French Kiss – Camera Catches

From the Florist Shop in Quimper

From the Florist Shop in Quimper

Working with flowers is not always easy. It is better to have lots of time and good edit tools. Without these, flowers can be difficult subjects.  While it’s fun to take flower photos, they can be not be relied upon to look as lovely as in real life. Thus, sometimes we need to take our flower photos and make dream pics. from them.  

Flowers can make wonderful abstracts pics. To get it right takes skill, I am still working on that. Here are a few bouquet photos that I have played with this week.  I’ve used textures such as  “French Kiss” on a few, others have been created with different edits that I enjoy  using. ~      Eve




Quimper flowers

Quimper flowers



Abstract bouquet

Abstract bouquet




The silver Frame – Ribbit edit.




The crystal ball with flowers



The autumn bouquet

The autumn bouquet

topas edits.

“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.”
John Lennon




French Kiss textures


“Without leaps of imagination or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all is a form of planning.”
Gloria Steinem



Yesterday’s  tulips,here below,  “Twirls of Tulips” – Grunge



“This is the first thing I have understood:
Time is the echo of an axe within a wood.”
Philip Larkin

Marigold! -Twirl



2 thoughts on ““les rêves,” French Kiss – Camera Catches

  1. Reblogged this on Children Of Light and commented:

    Hi Folks, I am still awaiting my visa to travel to India. It’s taking a long time and I am bored with the wait. This week to kill time, I have worked hard on my photography. Here is a small selection of photos I really like – I have used various edit tools to make them more attractive and pleasing to the eye.. Les Reves, is the last of this week’s series. Another post from earlier on is called The Window Box in January, worth a glance. best Eve.


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