Saturday, June 18, 2011

In search of a blog post

All day long I've been trying to catch up on my reading and come up with something for tonight's post. Now I'm late but I have something.
I dug through folder after folder of pictures and settled on this one.

I opened it up in photoshop and made some adjustments and got this.

Then I noticed that the way the shadow was laying on the robin it looked like a blue stripe. An idea hit. I give you the most patriotic robin I have ever seen.

22 comments:

  1. That last picture is a stroke of genius! You should post it on the Fourth Of July!!

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  2. That's very clever Ann! Great idea for a patriotic robin!

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  3. I truly believe great pictures just, happen!!
    This is wonderful!
    Hughugs

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  4. What perfect timing for the upcoming Indpendence Day celebration! Which remeinds me, it will be a 3 day weekend!

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  5. Your robins look much much larger than the robins we have. Ours are 14 cm - a litle smaller than a sparrow. There beaks are quite small and there eyes dark, they have just a small amount of orange-red at the top of their breast and sometimes near their beaks. Their song is one of the loudest you can hear - especially the one that is currently singing around the garden ....

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  6. Cool! You're so great at photo-editing!

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  7. Ann, I loved what you did with the Robin. Definitely a stroke of genius. Thanks for Sharing!

    My photos are now up, sorry for the late posting.

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  8. That is TOO cool sistafriend! I love it :o)

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  9. Love how you did that. That turned out to be a very special bird. Hope you have a super Sunday. Take care.

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  10. I think this Patriotic robin should replace the eagle as our national symbol :)

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  11. too cute! Good luck finding more blog posts! :) hehe

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  12. You should save that last image to publish later on without any explanation. For it would undoubtedly drive more than a few bird-watchers nuts, which might be a lot of fun to watch.

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  13. Hahaha, cute! Photoshop is such fun! I could stay on it for hours! Oh wait... I do!!!

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  14. You take great shots and really great shots of birds. Love your Photoshop work too. You really are talented.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  15. That is so neat!! I'm still trying to learn how to navigate in Photoshop. At least they made it user-friendly :)

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  16. That was cool - good for Father's Day too!

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