Sadie (our granddaughters' dog) and I took a Solstice walk off of the Shooting Star entrance to the Timberhill Natural Area. I was using my monster Tamron 150-600mm lens; this was shot at 400mm. Because I wanted to try out the new healing tool in Topaz Studio 1.0.6, I edited this almost completely inside of Studio. There were some intrusions in the lower right hand corner that I needed to get rid of; the healing tool worked fine; although I did have to take a couple of swipes. Then I went crazy. First, one of my Presets was applied, followed by Precision Contrast, Sharpening (selectively applied), 2 Basic Adjustment layers (selectively masked in), Vignette. Next, using the Texture Pro Adjustment, I opened a Jason Odell Abstract Painting texture (I loaded folders ot textures yesterday); this was applied with a bunch of adjusting and masking. Then one last Vignette. I ended up making some color adjustments on the flower in ACR (I find that with the ACR Target Tool, I have more HSL control in ACR than Studio). Voila!