I discovered an app on my iPad not long ago. It’s called Waterlogue and it transforms your photos into stunning watercolours! I’ve had great fun with it! Let me show you!
This is one of the twelve heads that bloomed on my lily this year. Twelve!!! Amazing! It was so beautiful.
These are Norma’s Raspberry Ripple geraniums.
Down in Yorkshire, CB was helping to carve pumpkins for the Halloween party at the Water Gardens. This was one of the bigger ones! They were all displayed in the gardens and lit in the evening!
The other day I was down in Melrose, one of the Border Abbey towns, having tea with a friend. It’s about 4.00 pm when it gets dark at this time of year so as the light goes, the floodlights go on at the ruined Abbey. In this picture the beech tree in the foreground was well reflected in the floodlight, along with some of the gravestones. It was fabulous.
Waterlogue gives you the chance to use various effects to enhance your photo/water colour. It’s good how you can get great results from the least likely photo, and vice versa. So if you have an iPad and haven’t yet seen Waterlogue, just look up the app. It’s free to download! Now I want to print out a few of my pictures, and put them on the wall!
Talk again soon