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Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 13 July 2012 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

This is a step back from yesterday's close-in shot of these shiny glass bowls. They are destined to become part of the table decorations for our daughter's upcoming wedding reception. And so, repeating...

“When hope is not pinned wriggling onto a shiny image or expectation, it sometimes floats forth and opens.” ~Anne Lamott

Apple iPhone 3GS 1/15 second F/2.8 ISO 160 4 mm

Joyce from Montana, United States

Fun experiment with image capture! So delightful to capture all the dancing lights on the spherical glasses, symbol of infinity I might add. And the contrast of texture in the cloth underneath makes a nice balance. Sometimes the most interesting and appealing pictures are just right in front of our noses.

13 Jul 2012 12:42pm

@Joyce: Thanks Joyce. You're right; if we're just looking we'll find a world of interesting shots just under our noses. But also - at a photo workshop I attended once, the instructor told us that as we're focused on whatever thing we're taking pics of, sometimes the best shot is right behind us. So don't forget, he said, to turn around every now and then to see what's there. Never thought of that before, but since then I've found he's right.

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

I never would have guessed what yesterday's image was ... glad for the step back ... and hopefully you'll share what a finished one looks like when the time comes. September?

13 Jul 2012 1:33pm

@Judy aka L@dybug: 9/8/12 is the date. Tampa is the place. Coming fast. He returns from Afghan deployment around 7/25. She can't wait!

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld,Old West Wales boy, Germany

Comparing the two I do like yesterdays a tad more.

13 Jul 2012 4:07pm

@Anthony Morgan Lambert: I do too. But I wanted to show it's source today.

Apple iPhone 3GS
1/15 second
ISO 160
4 mm