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15 December 2013

Sunday Scenes ... Still Life

A few years ago Joe studied photography and by way of a change I thought I'd show some of his still life pictures




11 comments:

Brian Miller said...

oo i def like the old typewriter....i miss the click clack of keys....

Mel said...

I'm with Brian. I love the last one--it's verging on that 'fading photograph' look with the colours and content. I sooo miss the clacking of keys.
He done GOOD, that fella of yours.

Valerie said...

Aaw Brian, so do I. All I can do now is imagine that clacking sound.

Valerie said...

Mel, that's my favourite too. I thought Joe did a grand job photographing that still life arrangement.

A Cuban In London said...

I love still life photos and paintings. They always make me think of what came before, of who used these objects, or ate these fruits. Yours are beautiful. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.

Valerie said...

Thanks, Cuban. That's a nice way of looking at still life.

Ron said...

Valerie, I have to chime in with Brian and Mel and say that the last photograph is my favorite, although all three are super! They all have a look of almost being paintings!

Please tell Joe I think he's got a great eye for photography!

I so enjoyed that you shared his talent. Well done!

Have a super Sunday, dear lady!
X

P.S. That Syrah Malbec looks like a great wine!

Valerie said...

Hi Ron, I will pass on your comments to Joe... hope he sees it, 'cos he does have a good eye for photography but doesn't realise it.

Hope you are still enjoying the snow... grins. We haven't got any yet, thank goodness.

HermanTurnip said...

That photo of the typewriter was hauntingly beautiful. You really need to print that one up on postcards!

Geraldine said...

Oh, the last one is my fav by far, I love old typewriters. We had so many in our house when I was growing up, I hope to dig up one of those in the storage boxes, one day.

Nice photo collection Val! :<)

Valerie said...

Geraldine, I too loved the oldies... you knew where you were with those unlike the (then) modern electrics.