REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, January 30, 2012

"Simplicity" is the choice

It's Texture Tuesday and "Simplicity" is the texture of choice for this week's eDition.

20 comments:

Teresa said...

Evelyn . . this is lovely and the texture works so well . . happy tuesday, Teresa x

Angie said...

Ooooo... Pretty image! Love baby's breath. And what a great angle (very creative) in which you chose to shoot this. Love it! Great composition. :)

Sandy said...

just gorgeous! I love those blue fruit jars and have quite the collection ♥

georgia b. said...

gorgeous rich colors! often, photos with these textures lose their deep, rich hues. but you have kept it here, and that is what i love about it! nicely done!

i came over via the t.t. link-up, and love your blog... just started following!

Desirae R said...

I really like the composition of this. The texture work is great.

Nadege, said...

I love the little jar, wonderful composition and texture work.

Ruth said...

A beautiful composition, love that blue!

Barb said...

Great composition and use of the texture!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Love it! Love the perspective. :)

Kathleen said...

I love how you've framed this shot, and your texture work is just wonderful!

TexWisGirl said...

this is perfect.

Terrie said...

what a beautiful set up. Well done!

LeAnne said...

I've got to get my blue jars out again. This is beautiful.

Pat said...

This is a lovely, simple composition and the aptly named texture works perfectly.

sarayutouched said...

ahh...i love me a ball jar!! excellent!!

Marilyn said...

Wonderful still life. I have a thing for this blue green glass.

Suzanne Carter said...

Love your image, beautiful! Thanks for sharing
Blessings Suzanne

Ida said...

Wonderful composition. It's a very calming photo. - I tried this texture out as well.

Ida said...

Wonderful composition. It's a very calming photo. - I tried this texture out as well.

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

One of my favorite things, old canning jars... I've had to pare down, but I still have quite a few that grace my kitchen filled with dry goods, candy etc. Lovely shot of a perfect jar!