Green leaves

Droplets 1 (640x489)

Good morning from a cold Hastings – only 3 degrees this morning.

Even though I haven’t been able to get out much for photos I still take photos around the house.  These two photos were taken the other day after the rain had stopped.

Then the other night I thought I would explore Photoscape a bit more with it’s filters and this is what I ended up with.

Droplets (640x484)

A lot more dramatic than the original images.

Back lit leaves (640x483)

Then I found this photo taken on the first day here.  I liked the way the filters really defined the leaves.

An update to what is happening in my life.  I have just received confirmation of legal aid so it is game on. I am doing ok but  will take a bit to get over it all emotionally and physically but I will get over it all. So once again thanks for all your support.

Thanks for visiting.

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