Three photos today, two of a greenhouse I discovered while exploring back roads. Speaking of which, I never take the main roads if I can help it. Any route that lets me wind off into new territory is good. If I get lost, all the better!
I noticed the mural and the beetle parked next to it while waiting at a stop sign. I could not resist.
In that same area, just outside of town, I spotted the greenhouse. It was hard to miss. I’ve cropped the photo down to just the outside display, but trust me, the actual greenhouse was painted just as wildly. This photo and the previous one were run through my usual process: adjust curves, Topaz Adjust, noise filter. The bus had some masking done to bring back that beautiful yellow color on the back door (Adjust muddied it). Noise filter was applied to get rid of grain in that gorgeous red in the awning.
This flower garden run amok was to the left of the greenhouse. Love that birdhouse! For this one, Topaz Adjust was used to simplify the photo before applying a Venetian painting veneer. Minor masking done on the white flowers to bring back detail.