This is simply amazing!!!
Is it a special app or a painting? It is beautiful!
It's the oil paint filter in photoshop applied to a photograph.
Stunning! I've missed seeing your photos...will be back again!BG
What level of photo shop do you have? I have CS5 - but I think there might be a CS6. Your landscape photography works well with the oil filter. You've got me jonesing for fall
I'm on Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud).
You really nailed the light and colors. It's beautiful!
What I am most impressed with is the light and composition . . .
if this tree were human--it would be a pop star.
Gorgeous composition! The light is fantastic.
That tree's going to explode any second now. Man, have you ever caught the heat. Yet I'd have expected a paler sky with such heat. Is that an easterner's notion? But aesthetically I much prefer your rich blue.
Oddly, I find that oil paint effect makes the organic matter look quite furry, which to me doesn't indicate prickly heat but a certain soft lushness. But then, I guess a desert is lush in its own way. I just associate heat with dryness and a sharper grittier clarity than the softening effect of your filter. Makes for an intriguing photograph. The gold tones against that brilliant blue are gorgeously rich.
Great i like this one arbred metite attention.
Love it! The lighting is superb and the oil paint filter gave it a very surreal feeling.I was happy to see your post!