Friday, June 19, 2009

Wild and beautiful


This plant, whatever it is, grows wild along Ocala's Florida Greenway trail. It has been photoshopped using Triqui's paint process.

17 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

This plant 'portrait' is impressive, whatever it is, as you say. Now I am going to check what Trinqui's process is...

Shaun said...

I like it Jacob..... different. Rather strange plants you have there...

cieldequimper said...

Giant corn, plucked. Looks huge!

m_m said...

Art!

Have a nice weekend!
m_m

JM said...

Really nice work on this one!

Cezar and Léia said...

That's a very nice capture and interesting effect you added to the picture!
God bless you!
Cezar

Saretta said...

Wow, you've turned a photo into a painting! Nice!

Jacob said...

Vogon Poet - Triqui is a Photoshop "action." It's free, but I can't remember where I got it.

Bath Daily Photo Blog said...

Hi Jacob... whatever is it? Normally i'm quite good at plant ident as it's part of my job but this one looks like an animals tail! We've just returned from a trip to Wales which is why we've been quiet lately! Emma and Tom!

Jarart said...

Nicely done.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I very much like how you've altered this to look like a painting. How artistic!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Interesting effect. Sharon of Phoenix Daily Photo has done some watercolor and impressionistic effects of some photos. I like it, especially because I have no talent as an artist (except with my camera).

James said...

Wow, I need to get photoshop or something like it. That's cool.

Asta said...

This was interesting. It looks almost as a painting - not water colours - something else, which I cannot define........
I love the colours.
Best regards
Asta

Small City Scenes said...

That is very cool. An interesting effect on an interesting plant. MB

Daryl said...

Nice effect .. I think those are the same plants I saw in SoBe in the Lincoln Rd mall.. someone told me they were called corncob plants

Rose said...

I am glad I took a minute to see what I had missed...this one is fabulous.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson