I can not tell you how long this orange sat in our kitchen window sill, but it was still good – and made for a nice still life. It did not go to waste. Joe ate it with his lunch … so, let’s hope it was still good. At any rate, it was my lastContinue reading “Last Still Life – Snapshot of the Day, No 364”
Today was our niece’s 18th birthday, so we all met at Blue Orleans for dinner to celebrate. This scene looked like one of those still life paintings to me. I thought I’d make a photo out of it.
I took the day off today to clean the house. Yes, I’ve done it for years. I actually LOVE to clean. It is therapeutic to me. Sick, I know. But anyway, I stopped long enough to slice one of my pomegranates to get this shot. Now I’m too tired to write anything else. And myContinue reading “Sliced Pomegranate – Snapshot of the Day, No. 272”
Well, it’s getting to be that time of year where I don’t have a lot of time left after work to shoot anything since the days are getting shorter. So! It was a still life for today. This is a pear from the yard of a friend of Joe’s. I like the color and textureContinue reading “Pear Still Life – Snapshot of the Day, No. 237”
I did not have an extra moment today at all. So I resorted to the garlic bulb in the kitchen window sill.
I found the perfect photo of the day while shopping today. It was of a little girl posing in front of a mirror in the middle of Banana Republic. I could not get my camera phone out quickly enough and missed the shot. She apparently grew tired of her charade and walked off. Drat. ThatContinue reading “Flower Shadows – Snapshot of the Day, No. 163”
A friend of mine grew a lot of herbs from seeds this year, and after planting all she had room for, brought the rest to work to share with others. I brought three home, but have yet to plant them. I placed them in the kitchen window; but in order to get this angle, IContinue reading “Greek Basil – Snapshot of the Day, No. 91”