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Spent a couple of weeks in the hospital recently. Among other problems, I was afraid I was losing my eyesight  due to severe complications resulting in internal bleeding. The doctors sent me home with a blood count of 6.1 and some medications that made my problems worse. Thank goodness for the Home Healthcare Nurse who took the time to study my discharge papers and find the "stop this medication" notices kind of hidden there. In 2 days I lost almost 20 pounds of fluid and the top of my feet stopped hurting when I walked.

Enough depressing stuff!

This image uses two photographs. One is a bit of concrete that had an interesting pattern and the other was of some dahlia flowers in our garde. I used "blend-if", a color fill layer using soft light blend mode and a duplicate fill layer using subtract blend mode. To finish it off, added a bit of gausian noise.

Was going for a sort of watercolor feel.

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@Smee Again   Lovely colors.   Hope you are feeling better each day!!


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Great palette and composition. Hope you will recover all the way. Fortunately there still are wary nurses that really care for the well being of their patients. Good to see you back on the creative track. 


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11 hours ago, jmwellborn said:

@Smee Again   Lovely colors.   Hope you are feeling better each day!!

 

1 hour ago, VectorWhiz said:

Great palette and composition. Hope you will recover all the way. Fortunately there still are wary nurses that really care for the well being of their patients. Good to see you back on the creative track. 

Thank you both for your kind words!

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