A couple of days ago I was processing some cloud photos in Elements. As I finished tweaking the final one the program suddenly grabbed all memory and locked up. A forced closure and restart showed that all the work had been lost. I couldn't be bothered to go through it all again.
Looking around for other photo processing software I found Paint.NET, a free program so downloaded it along with some extra free effects plug-ins to try it out. Here are a couple of early trials:
Both can be enlarged.
The finished results, foreground deliberately kept dark:
Only the one video this week. While the large buddleia bush was in full flower it attracted plenty of bumble bees:
Unfortunately it has now finished flowering.
Have a great weekend observing the world around you.