Touch of Pink

© Ronald Balthazor

Touch of Pink

Uploaded: April 02, 2004


Kresta M. Book level-classic April 02, 2004

Neat Photo Ron, it reminds me of my grandmother...her favorite flower. #113650

Claudia Kuhn level-classic April 02, 2004

I like all the shades of pink and good filter choice too! #460429

Ronald Balthazor April 02, 2004

Thank you very much, Kresta and Claudia. #460430

Bonnie C. Lackey April 02, 2004

Oh, how nice! Pink petunias! Do like your presentation... #460529

Brenda W. LaFleur level-deluxe April 02, 2004

Really nice, Ron. I like the different level of detail in the flowers. Good job! #460674

LJ Corliss level-classic April 02, 2004

Nice work. I like the effect you used and the color :) #460682

Stanley J. Contrades April 02, 2004

Fantastic work, Ronald! WOW!!! Did you do this for a Disney movie? Just awesome colors!
Stan #460716

Ronald Balthazor April 03, 2004

Thank you for the kind words, Bonnie, Brenda, LJ, and Stanley. #460734

Kathleen Clemons April 03, 2004

Very pretty, Ron. #460802

Ronald Balthazor April 03, 2004

Thank you, Kathleen. #460936

Debra Booth April 04, 2004

Very pretty, Ron. Like the effects you used. #462379

Ronald Balthazor April 04, 2004

Thank you, Debra. Just experimenting. #463477

Debra Booth May 13, 2004

Congratulations, Ron!! Good luck on this great finalist! #534895

Colette M. Metcalf May 14, 2004

Congrats again, Ron!!! #537539

Kathleen Clemons May 14, 2004

And again! :) #537689

Ronald Balthazor May 14, 2004

Thank you very much, Debra, Colette, and Kathleen. #537869

Gil Hires May 17, 2004

And another! Congrats, Ron! #545002

Ronald Balthazor May 17, 2004

Another thank you, Gil. #545572

Karen Kirspel June 13, 2004

I love the colors and the filter effect. What filter did you use, it looks great! #591948

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic May 26, 2005

Beautiful Ron. Love all the different shades of pink. Love the effect. Like Karen asked what filter did you use? #1399014

Ronald Balthazor May 26, 2005

Karen and Kay, thank you for the comments. This image went through a couple of stages. It was given a slight buzz and then was brought into PhotoArtMaster Gold. It was blurred and finally a couple of original flowers were cloned back into the image. #1399265

Mary Timman December 13, 2005

These flowers are gorgeous and love the color!! Grand image.
Thanks for the comment on my photo today, I really appreciate it and love to see new BP members visiting my gallery. #2183126

Ronald Balthazor December 13, 2005

Thank you very much, Mary. #2183312

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