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Violet Photograph - The Last Violet by Lois Bryan

The Last Violet is a photograph by Lois Bryan which was uploaded on July 7th, 2013.

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Fantastic texture, delicate work! Lf

Very lovely tones and details, Lois. V/F

Beautifully done, Lois, congratulations on your well-deserved feature in WFS, l/f

Congratulations on your WFS Homepage Feature ! Absolutely beautiful ! /v

Lois Bryan replied:

Gail, thank you so much ... so glad you enjoyed this one!!!

Congratulations on your WFS Homepage Features for you magical garden art, Lois. Love what you do with textures and colors to transform your photographs into true works of art! L/V&F

Lois Bryan replied:

Doug, you are a dear ... thank you so much for this wonderful honor!!!! I'm truly thrilled!!!

Lovely portfolio Lois!-love your pieces-this is well taken and beautifully composed. Keep up your awesome work and happy gardening too!!/V/F

Lois Bryan replied:

Mike, thank you so much for your lovely compliment!!! Yes, I'll keep snapping ... i can't seem to stop!!! ; ))

Just gorgeous! Love the subtle texture and simplicitiy!

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Dee!

and ps I love Kim Klaussen, just wish she wasn't having to go through so much pain and heartache.

Lois Bryan replied:

I do too ... she is such a loving and caring person ...

can't wait for springtime

Lois Bryan replied:

CheyAnne ... thank you so much!!

This is a complete & Total WOW Lois. Georgeous beyond words.

Lois Bryan replied:

Colleen, thank you for your beautiful comment!!! I truly do appreciate it!!!!!

Stunning, exceptional, tender and utterly romantic. There is something about violets that just gets to me. "Sweet violets, sweeter than all the roses..." That song used to play on my grandmother's very old record player - one of only a few 78rpm records they owned. Love this. F/V

Lois Bryan replied:

Oh, Lianne, isn't it wonderful when an image can recall a favorite memory .. so glad this one had that effect on you. Yes, i remember my mom's old 78s ... in fact, we still have several, including a fabulous old crank Victrola. I should do up some pics of it one of these days!!! Thanks so much for your visit and note!!

Extremely beautiful!!

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Judy

Exquisite sums this one up for me dear Lois; I absolutely love how you use such incredible textures in your work...and that lovely little violet - well, its so well captured and this all came together so beautifully! Joyce

Lois Bryan replied:

Your beautiful note couldn't be more appreciated, Joyce ... I am only sorry it's taken me so long to respond ... thank you, sweetie!!

superb voted

Lois Bryan replied:

thank you, Adrian!!

V34 - lovely ART!

Lois Bryan replied:

Thanks so much, Dave!!!

Very lovely !v

Lois Bryan replied:

Hi Kathy, thank you!!

Absolutely gorgeous! I love your processing here! Beautiful color and depth of field. Just lovely!

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Jeanette!!

Love it very much Lois F/V!

Lois Bryan replied:

Thanks so much, Annie!!

superb v/f

Lois Bryan replied:

thank you, Ann

Beautifully done with simplicity! v/f

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Betty

Gorgeous texture work Lois, you are the master of the genre

Lois Bryan replied:

A very late thank you, Chris ... I truly appreciate your lovely note!!!

Stunning image Luis, wonderful texture and color just beautiful!! f/v/t

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Yumi

Beautiful work.

Lois Bryan replied:

thanks so much David and Carol

Yummy, scrumptillicious! great image and texture, love violets, the last one sounds so sad, I want them forever! f/v

Lois Bryan replied:

Dee ... thank you so much, sweetie!!! I have to laugh ... it was only "last" in that I'd been posting so many, this was going to be the last one in that series, lol!!!! More next spring (as long as I can convince my hubby not to mow them down too soon!!!)

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