Photographer's Note

Removed the "big bad frame" and since the mood changed, I also converted to B&W and added a sepia tone. I miss the wonderful flowers, but the overall look is more in line with the old barn atmosphere. By the way, the little section with the windows had been transformed by the owner to make it an artist's workshop.

I know, I know... the frame will make you freak out. I was just very tired today, almost no critics given, playing around with this picture, couldn't make anything of it because of the too dark trees on each side. Decided to click here, click there to play with the frame just for fun, wouldn't even be able to reproduce it I don't remember how I did it, and you know what I think it's better with it. The dark trees just blend with the frame now and I see the flowers popping out with this lovely purple color. This picture is almost how I feel tonight, the frame is like my brain (freaky)and through my eyes there is something coming in that's not too bad. Just made sure not to oversharpen to avoid the artifacts, in fact I only sharpened the flowers with the sharpening tool and a 20% overall sharpening after resizing.

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Additional Photos by Nina de Villeneuve (ninadev) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1607 W: 527 N: 524] (5377)
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