Mooha…

This is a photo of a friend’s dog who roams the countryside all over the complex where we have fished in the past. She doesn’t normally have much to do with me but I guess back in January this year, we were both so cold, and there was so little happening, she decided to sit on my lap for a while… I give you Mooha:

Thanks to Kim Klassen’s mini e-course, I learnt how to convert photos to black and white, with some soft vintage tints about them…

For Take a Word – “black & white” – this week. See all the contributors HERE.  ♥

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  1. What a gorgeous photo! I love the effects! Funny how we keep virtually bumping into each other! I have not taken Kim K- mini e-course but I think it looks fun! Great job, Rosie!

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  2. Wonderful artwork….terrific image.

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  3. What a wonderful photo but she looks awfully big to be a lap dog…great job with thephoto manipulation Rosie!!!

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  4. Seeing this awesome photo I can’t hardly wait to buy my new SLR camera Rosie.
    Your hard work paid off that’s for sure !!
    The black and white effect is so proffesional done !! Super !!

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  5. What a lap full! Great shot, Rosie. Very effective in black and white.

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  6. They say cats are cunning, Rosie but my dog can beat that for ‘closing in’ when he’s cold and not wanting to come near other times, beautiful photo & take on the theme!

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  7. Lovely photo, Rosie, and the interesting story about Mooha!

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  8. Lovely picture and beautiful art work.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

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  9. I love your photo Rosie. Great work! xx

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  10. Gorgeous photo, and I love what you’ve done with it!

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  11. I finally found your comment box, Rosie! Love your Mooha 🙂

    Thank you for the well wishes 🙂

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  12. i see you are a brave student:) love how this turned out!

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  13. I love the updated look and the new name of your blog! Mooha is wonderful! Beautiful shading on the pic! Love all the wonderful new things you’re doing, Rosie! XOXO

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