This 365 project I am working on is giving me fits. The word for this last week was 'scrub'. As soon as the word hit my brain, the word 'brush' was permanently attached to it. To the point that at one point I was taking photographs of hair brushes, having totally lost the real word. Delightful. Not only do I have earworms on a regular basis, I also can't keep a simple word from mutating. 'Why do you have a photo of the edge of a beaver pond?' ask the puzzled YD. Echo answered. I also 'photoshopped' that photo to increase the contrast and saturation.
That exercise lead me to start playing with some of my water photos ( I use Corel PhotoPaint10, btw, not Photoshop), with the results shown below.
012/365. A more traditional YF in her canoe shot, this one tweaked to strengthen the greens in the reflection. Corel has a feature called 'auto equalize' that I used for this. I also cropped the photo from landscape (horizontal) to vertical.
Brush strokes, from scrubbrush, scrubbing being a technique you can use with watercolour. Sigh. It's a reach, and I know it.