Friday, July 30, 2010

Ocala horse country ...


...photo treated with Triqui Paint.

19 comments:

magiceye said...

neat
kitsch art

Paula said...

The contrast of the fence against the bright colors is really eye-catching. But where are the horses?
(Although it's perfectly fine without.)
;)

Rose said...

I like this!

Irina said...

Van Gogh would become speechless. Great experiment :)

Small City Scenes said...

Stunning!!
It looks like a watercolor.

Yes, where ARE the horses? MB

Hilda said...

It looks like a painting alright. But is it really that bright a yellow? It looks amazing.

Birdman said...

Cool colors!

JM said...

I like this. Really cool, Jacob!

brattcat said...

Nice one, Jacob. Is the yellow dried grass or some sort of flowering plant?

Francisca said...

Had the right effect on me! I too was struck by the blackness of the fence against the bright yellow field. Thumbs up, Jacob.

Jacob said...

@ All those who couldn't find the horses: They are behind the fences, silly! More horse photos coming in the future.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

That grass is 'sour-candy' yellow. My mouth puckers just looking at is. I could look at photos with this technique all day. You have mastered it!

Jarart said...

Nice paint job, Jacob!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow it's a wonderful effect, I loved it! :)
Great choice,it reminds me Impressionism!
I miss your pictures, your wonderful posts, I'm really happy visiting your blog, thanks a lot! :)
hugs and happy Sunday
and good lucky with your golf tomorrow!
Léia

Kate said...

It's fun to fool around with these programs, isn't it. Come to think of it, it's fun to fool around (only with DH, tho, so you don't get the wrong idea of my character!). Love the bright yellow.

Gunn said...

This is ART! Love the colors and the way you have created this!:)

cieldequimper said...

A new Warhol is born in Florida! Very yellow!

Halcyon said...

I'm not sure this treatment would work with all photos. But it looks great on this one!

EG Wow said...

This is a great way to emphasize how hot the weather has been. :)

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