Friday, October 10, 2014

Still Life ~ A Personal Photo Challenge



This is Esperanza


I put her on the shelf and then her little friends showed up.
They don't have names.

This picture looks a lot better if you click on it.
I don't know how to get rid of that little grey frame

Linking to Donna's 

A Personal Photo Challenge

34 comments:

  1. love the lighting and the set-up!

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  2. How unique! The lighting is perfect, too. Very nice photo for the still life challenge! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs!

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  3. Great picture! That lighting is really well done.

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  4. Very sweet and the perfect lighting to add some mystery to the group.

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  5. Great shot and I agree with all the others about the lighting. Great job.

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    1. Nature will provide. This was lit by the long rays of an Autumn sun through window.

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  6. How adorable...you did a wonderful job on this.
    The link I am leaving you is where you can learn about your border/frame...and how to remove it. So simple..:)
    http://helplogger.blogspot.com/2012/04/how-to-remove-blogger-pictureimage.html
    xo

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  7. So cute - both a still life photo and a portrait.

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  8. I love it, very cute! Happy weekend!

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  9. This is great! The pool of light. The deep dark. And hello to Esperanza; charmed, I'm sure.

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  10. Awesome subject for our still life challenge! Love it! xx Dazee

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  11. A name-less beings from another world... the photo is awesome!

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  12. Oh, how sweet! The warm monotone color is lovely, and the dark background provides terrific contrast. Classic and effective!

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  13. Nice choice for your still life! I did as you said and clicked the picture, and I agree...without the frame, the photo has more of an air of mystery. Great job!

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  14. That is so cute! I love the lighting on the rocks and owl.

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  15. Nice photos on your blog!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  16. What an intriguing, moody still life you've created very clever!

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  17. Hi Jeanne - I think this is definitely 'still life' which means I don't have to be too scared, right! Without the frame it looks amazing!

    Hugs - Mary

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  18. How cute is that. I love it.

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  19. Wow - absolutely stunning - should be printed and framed. I think the little border thing is put there by the blog - I've tried to get rid of mine too but it won't go away. Love the photo especially without the frame.

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  20. I love her! And doesn't her name mean hope? I also love the golden light in your photo. It sort of makes Esperanza come to life! :)

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  21. She's gorgeous and I love the color and texture ,

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  22. Yes, she does spring to life when I click on the photo!

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  23. I love this! So cute and creative. You can get rid of the grey border by going to Template / Customize / Advanced / Images Simply change the Border color to black to match your background.

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  25. I like this kind of art......especially that it's also an owl!

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