Like this yellow tulip, this Monday I’m not sure which way is up, or where to turn next. Different projects with conflicting priorities will do that to a person, specially on the first Monday of the month.
Tag: still life photography
There’s lots of growing going on over here! Emotionally. Professionally. Intellectually. And in my garden.
The Sunday Post: Send me Dead Flowers
How is it August already? I can’t say it doesn’t feel like the dog days of summer, though. I like to sit outside as much as possible but lately if I don’t get out there first thing it’s too warm to sit out on either balcony for very long. It’s noon now and I’m out…
A Real Peach
For years I’ve held on to a belief that I don’t like peaches. The reality is though that I don’t remember ever trying them. Maybe there were peaches in one of those canned fruit cocktails we got in school. I remember that I used to just eat the grapes. I don’t remember having peaches at…
Not just a pretty plaything
One of the more beautiful and ornate objects in our home. (This is my 250th post! )
Just some old, ordinary tools, catching my eye in an extraordinary way. In response to this week’s (extra)ordinary photo challenge.
I’m a little teapot, short and stout.
I’m a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle, and here is my spout. When I get all steamed up hear me shout Tip me over and pour me out. In response to this week’s photo challenge: From Every Angle.
Just a Blur
In preparation for my upcoming show this fall, I spent last Saturday afternoon practicing with my camera, a backdrop, a tripod, and whatever I could get my hands on that would pose for me. A couple hundred shots of “still life” later, I intentionally panned my camera as I released the shutter to get a…
A “Rule of Thirds” Trio
Inspired by this week’s photo challenge.