Tuesday, July 7, 2009

peach and copper


solo post - L
I bought 3 peaches at Whole Foods the other day with plans of photographing them... before we ate them. Well there's just one left now and here it sits. I have nothing but this lonely peach. The others sure were tasty and sweet.

This peach reminds me of "james and the giant peach". Doesn't it look really large? that bowl is actually very small.

14 comments:

Gayle said...

What a pretty and calming image that is! Sigh. I wish we could get good peaches here. The ones in the food store are from CA and don't have much taste. The same with the plums.

caren said...

Wonderful photo....thanks for sharing. It's simple but elegant.

Woman in a Window said...

I imagine you setting out to take a picture. I can picture you two ways, one - particular and practiced, seeking out the right texture on which to take the picture. And the second - lanquid and organic, soft and bruisish, happening upon all the right elements. I daresay you are number two.

smith kaich jones said...

Gorgeous photo - the two work perfectly together, and great title. If you hadn't eaten the other peaches, this would've been Peaches & Copper, and it would've sounded like a singing duo from the 60s. LOL!

:) Debi

~ ennui ~ said...

Beautiful image.....
Who can resist a peach?

georgia b. said...

what a beautiful monochromatic photo! you are a gifted artist!

i'm so glad you reminded me of one of my favorite movies ever! i need to pull that one of the shelf and watch it again!

simply blogged said...

loved that cartoon/movie. great image.

Christina said...

deep sigh for the lovely peach color. simple and calming.
xo
i just added your blog to the simple things list, my dear friend.
; )

O. Joy said...

OMG! I do that all the time, too!!

;)

And I love Whole Foods! This turned out nice, though!

elk said...

the three objects work so well together ...did you make the bracelet?

gkgirl said...

mmmm...love this...
looks delicious...
:O)

Suvarna said...

looks absolutely delicious, it would go well with my whole grain cheerios :-) the copper really sets it off.

Puna said...

I love this...love it!

Relyn said...

I thought the same thing. Where's James? to be exact. Love that copper jewelry. LOVE IT!!! Did you make it in your class?

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