Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Editing and Processing

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The week’s photo challenge is in editing and processing our mobile photographs. I’ve used my iPhone 6Plus, in Camera+, and processed using the Enlight app.

Out walking on a late winter afternoon here in Northern California gave much time for reflection and absorbing beauty to soothe a frayed soul in the midst of our country’s chaos.

“All religions, arts, and sciences, are branches of the same tree” ~Albert Einstein

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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18 Responses to Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Editing and Processing

  1. Great image and edit .. that enlight app sounds interesting! 😃

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  2. You have created a really lovely and captivating image. Just love the colours and the softness.

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  3. Andy Oldham says:

    Love the way you did this!

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  4. The purple background works well with the barren tree.
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  6. Angeline, your image is lovely with its purple and white hues, and the quote is perfection. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  7. Su Leslie says:

    This is a beautiful image Angeline; it really speaks to the soul.

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  8. A beautiful image, Angeline.

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