The catch and release of light.Wow.
Amazing. Great photo!
You have such a long blogroll! Anytime I need to find fresh things to read, I can just stop here and look at the interesting names. :) It's cause we all love you. I like the way the cup blurs. I know other things are blurred in the photo but the cup seems so still and yet moving. I'm curious how you took this-- with the timer? Or did someone else take it? Or is that not you? It's hard to tell, and everyone in your family has long hair, I think. :)
The photo is of my shadow. I held the camera in my right hand while I poured water with my left hand. It was a little awkward because normally I pour water with my right hand. I took it fast because I needed to leave for work, but I like how it came out.
I love it - the sepia colours, the different intensities of the shadows, and I love the fact you took it fast on your way out.
As always, your photographic skills are amazing and your eye see's the potential beauty in the ordinary.P.S. I have the same plant.
Love this shot!
I dig this shot.
Over and over again, you have the most amazing shots and perspectives. I am just awed.
OMG, jo(e), what a freakin' cool shot! You kill me (in a good way). And you're inspiring me to go try a host of different things with my own camera. Thanks!
Another one of your fantastic shots. I love your photographs.
Beautiful beaitful PHOTO...and I can see where my 6 year will be in a few years. Right where yours is now. TOo Funny!
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