Well, April is here and the summer has drawn officially to a close.Autumn has already started to spread her icy fingers into the night. We have had some lovely days but the mornings are a bit crisp. However, this leads us to some spectacular sunsets and sunrises and lovely, reflective photographs:
The Otago's sailing days are long behind her, but she sure makes a pretty picture. Those sunset reflections in the water pooled in the wreck are stunning!
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Yes, we have a new challenge for you
April - Krazy for Kritters
TWIST Bokeh Backgrounds
The term comes from the Japanese word boke, which means "blur" or "haze", or boke-aji, the "blur quality". The Japanese term boke is also used in the sense of a mental haze or senility. That's often me - I often have a very BOKE day!
The term bokashi is related, meaning intentional blurring or gradation.
So we want you to Bokashi your background so you get a Bokeh look to it.
Most people do it with light colours or white but that is not necessary as long
as the background is obscured or blurred.
If you Google Bokeh Background images you can get some amazing ideas!
There is a Random Number Prize, yes
Let's see what the Design Team have come up with!!!
You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!Click here to enter
Fab samples for the new challenge and love the theme :)ReplyDelete
fabulous work DTReplyDelete
Sorry Susan, i can't translate the word Kritters so what is the challenge about? Please :)ReplyDelete
Critters is the correct spelling. Just means animals.Delete
Wonderful design team makes!! Love the pretty backgrounds.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Susan, for another fun challenge.
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Thank you for the fun challenge and great inspirations from the team xReplyDelete
Can we use owls in our project?ReplyDelete
Yes, of course!Delete
Thank you for a new challenge and such wonderful and creative inspiration here - I just linked up on the final day! I did not use the Bokeh but I think I remember reading that the twist is optional. Thanks for inspiring!ReplyDelete