Mandarin Orange Monday 29

Iron Cove Bridge

The Iron Cove Bridge  links the Sydney inner west suburbs of Rozelle and Drummoyne. The iron section was built 1942-1947, the duplicate concrete structure 2009-2011.
It is usually very busy  with cars and buses. But since the bridge is part of the popular Bay Run,  a constant stream of walkers and joggers can be seen – from dawn until well after dark. I was one of those walkers when I snapped these pics of  with my iPhone.

Nik Color Efex. Topaz Detail. Topaz Define. 
Nik Color Efex. Topaz Detail. Topaz Define. Nik Color Efex – Colorize.
Linking to Weekly Top Shot

Topaz Detail. Topaz Define. PS High Pass Filter.
AddTopaz Detail. Topaz Define. PS High Pass Filter.
Nik Color Efex-Reflector Effects. Nik Color Efex – Bleach Bypass.
Linking to Tones on Tuesday
Mask and simpify negative spaces. Nik Color Efex – Detail (Stylizer-Pop Art).
New Layer Copy and Paste. Free Transform. Delete some sections.
Nik Color Efex – Saturation Stylizer.
Topaz Detail.
Nik Color Efex – Colorize.
As above. Then Duplicate layer.
Topaz Simplify (Sketch Hard Pencil). Inverse.
Delete some sections of black. Merge layers.
Add Mask and simpify negative spaces. Nik Color Efex – Detail (Stylizer-Pop Art).
New Layer Copy and Paste. Free Transform. Delete some sections.
Nik Color Efex – Saturation Stylizer.
Topaz Detail.
 As above.  Auto Tone. Auto Color.

I am really enjoying MoM – and I hope you are too. I love seeing what art you have shared every week.  Just a reminder though….the photo should be edited/processed in some way – unless of course you are photographing your art. We now have quite a selection of artists – both journal and canvas painters – displaying their work here as well as photographers who love to play digitally with images.


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34 thoughts on “Mandarin Orange Monday 29

  1. loving that bridge, all those wonderful layers totally change the mood and of course my favourite is the last one. Happy PPF, Annette xhttp://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

  2. Lori, I think this may be one of my favorite visits to your blog. I just adore this bridge and the way you've manipulated the photo. Those last few images are just stunning. I am so inspired! xo – janice

  3. That transformation is simply amazing. Every one a little different, but spendid in it's own right. These may be my favorites of yours for awhile. I really love the outcomes …Andrea @ From The SolP.S. Hope you got my note on the confusion with Currie … sorry about that!

  4. Hello, my Dear! I've come to you from The "Grow Your Blog" party…it was over before I knew about it, but it was so nice of Vicki to leave the list up! Anyway, I always welcome new blogs to enjoy, and yours is delightful! I am now following you ~ please come and visit me if you get a chance!So nice to "meet" you!Hugs,Anne

  5. I love what you've done here, Lori, and I really like that you've shown your processes. Your last piece is beautiful, all the more so for seeing how it was made.

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