I have promised myself someday I will return to painting (but this month I did not).
Dahlia ‘David Howard’
Dahlia ‘Cafe Au Lait’
Lantana camara (Common lantana)
Tulbaghia (society garlic)
Salvia guaranitica ‘Black and Blue’
Sleepy Orange (Abaeis nicippe)
I love those Waterlogue pictures. I can’t believe it is the end of summer already.
Thanks, I’ve enjoyed toying with Waterlogue. Hope you didn’t have any problems from H. Laura.
My location did not even get a drop of rain, but east of here, it was devastating as we are beginning to see on the news.
I wasn’t quite sure where you live, but glad you’re ok. The images do look devastating. So much suffering in this world.
I’m near Houston. Harvey is still fresh on our minds as my community was hit very hard. Texans are returning the favor to Louisiana and are heading over there with supplies and help.
Your garden looks glorious, Susie. I was particularly impressed with the massive Lantana. I’ve never had mine get anywhere near that size.
Mostly it truly looks terrible–no long views! I think this is Lantana ‘Miss Huff’. It comes back every year but took forever this year to gain any size.
Wonder set of photos and their artistic transformations! Apps are such fun.
Thanks Eliza. I’m amazed by the skill of the programmers on those apps.
Love these art versions of your photos! Very effective. 😃
Glad you like them Cathy! I had fun playing with the Waterlogue app.
Gorgeous Dahlias! Paint! I painted a Heliconia.