Wednesday, May 18, 2011

still life for the wordless

47  276/365 still life with peppermint bottle



47  286/365  an homage by Almaraz



47  272/365  still life with melons and peaches



47  280/365  still life: Melons and Morning Glories




7 comments:

  1. Beautiful, warm still lifes. Bravo!

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  2. Nice. The second one seems like it could also be a cityscape if one looks at it the right way.

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  3. Very beautiful. But I have to tell you, when I first saw the title, that's not what I was expecting!!! I like it, but for some reason, "still living" was what circled through my mind while the page loaded!

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  4. yes,youur work is most beautiful!

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  5. All-- Margaret read a book on still life paintings and so when we were in DC, we were drawn into their presence

    Ruth--- bowing to the bravo

    catysynth--- welcome to Stratoz. It is not your average still life, which also caught our eye

    Valerie--- yes indeed!

    Carol--- there is always time for still life before we cook

    Snowcatcher--- since my only words were the title of the post, I wanted to be a bit interesting

    sonya--- thanks for appreciating my photos

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