Tiger Eyes abstract

Something a little different this morning: Here are some fresh leaves sprouting on our Tiger Eyes sumac (Rhus typhina ‘Bailtiger’). As you see, I’ve been having some abstract fun with it with some Nik software and a couple of Photoshop filters. Wheee!
Tiger Eyes sumac 8007And, yes, as the sharper-eyed among you may have noticed, there’s a bonus bug. [Be sure to click on the image for an enlarged, more detailed view.]

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16 Responses to Tiger Eyes abstract

  1. Mike Powell says:

    I had to search a little to find the bonus bug, Gary, but eventually I found it. It’s nice to see that I am not the only one who likes to play around with images. Why does photography have to be so serious most of the time?

  2. Very nice. Love the editing

  3. Adrian Lewis says:

    Good image, Gary! And I’m absolutely with you and Mike, there is not the slightest reason why photography has to be serious. Photography can be what each individual photographer wants it to be – and I am very, very deeply anti those who would tell us how we should do it. Adrian

  4. The seasons progress…..at last

  5. Have you photographed this tree in the fall when its leaves turn bright colors?

  6. Meanderer says:

    It took me a little while to find the little bug, but I got there eventually! Sumacs make a wonderful colourful display!

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