Saturday, May 30, 2009

Scenic Sunday #11


sunflower, originally uploaded by M'roy.

Chiangi T2 has an area where sunflowers grow. I took this during a layover.

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24 comments:

Mirage said...

Beautiful selective effect!

I'm back hehe....konti konti :D

Joy said...

Aha! Another Photoshop work. Beautiful shot.

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Guy D said...

Brilliant photo, so eyecatching.

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Greyscale Territory said...

This looks wonderful in a mix of monochrome and colour! Very artistic!

Martha said...

Now that is a very cool image! I love it!

Ken said...

Sunflower-sational!

Sidney said...

Nice effect...they really pop out of the screen!

Denise said...

Beautiful flowers!

Heart of Rachel said...

That's lovely. Sunflowers are my favorite flowers.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful snap. How did you manage to selectively color it?

Vicki said...

Love the bright yellow popping out at you!

Luke Wiley said...

A creative image!

standley said...

Wonderful capture.
Great use of the selective colouring!

don said...

I like the special treatment of B&W with spot color.
Very effective image.

Russ said...

Nice - very creative!

Ferdz said...

Beautiful! I like the bokeh and the selective saturation :D

Baruch said...

Nice work - beautiful photo - well done!

Karen said...

How clever of you to color in just a few--they are awesome!

BPOTW said...

That's a very clever photo. It shows off the flowers perfectly.

syel said...

selective colouring worked really well in this photo. the sunflowers literally popped out!

bw said...

very pretty shot !

the donG said...

i wish i know how to photoshop. hehehe... im learning.

Simone said...

Stunning - I really like it.

postcardsfromwildwood said...

That's beautiful. I love doing the monochrome plus one colour effect, and yellow always looks so good done that way. I think you've left yellow exactly the right ones for best effect too.
Janice.