Wednesday, December 20, 2006

HANGING BY A THREAD


This is an attempt to finally post a photo.
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25 comments:

Andy'sDad said...

Great Photo keep up the good work, I love colour, you can check out my stuff here if you like. love and stuff PAUL

Olivier said...

superbe couleur, tres graphique, j'aime ce style de photo


superb color, very graphic, I like this style of photograph

Kate said...

Yes, the colours are great. I love seeing them; is this for art work and serious craft projects?

John Roberts said...

Nice patterns, textures, and colors!

I know what you mean. I have been so busy with Christmas activities and work, that my camera has been idle for several days.

ruth said...

The colors are vibrant. The spools are nice, an unusual shape (at least for me). I like how small and compact they are. This makes a nice graphic image, as Olivier said.

tr3nta said...

really beautifull colors...

theres a new post on tr3nta...

Laurie said...

I love the colors here. Ordinary spools of thread turned into a festive colorful photo.

Chris & Deb said...

What a great photo with an explosion of color! Well worth the wait....but the intermission has been equally nice!

Chris & Deb said...

okay I just read my comment and one could interpret that I've been enjoying the fact that you've not posted for a couple days.
Of course that's not true!
Glad you're back :)

photowannabe said...

Andy's dad thanks for looking
Oliver-I really like the graphic style too.
Kate - These are vintage bobbins. My mother in law never threw anything away. We have acquired an eclectic collection from her. I do love crewel embroidery and crafts, but turning photographs into notecards has become my passion.
John Roberts - Thanks and I look forward to your next post.
Ruth - Its fun to try something different.
tr3nta - Thanks, I'll take a look.
Laurie - Making something special out of the ordinary is always fun for me.

photowannabe said...

Andy's dad thanks for looking
Oliver-I really like the graphic style too.
Kate - These are vintage bobbins. My mother in law never threw anything away. We have acquired an eclectic collection from her. I do love crewel embroidery and crafts, but turning photographs into notecards has become my passion.
John Roberts - Thanks and I look forward to your next post.
Ruth - Its fun to try something different.
tr3nta - Thanks, I'll take a look.
Laurie - Making something special out of the ordinary is always fun for me.

Salty Dawg said...

I like it! Definitely a good note card shot.
Sorry to hear you had so much trouble with the new blogger. I had some problems at first too but it is definitely a change for the better. Glad your back and I can’t say I enjoyed the “intermission” :) :-)

Faye Pekas said...

Love the colors here. LIke the simplicity of the shot turning ordinary objects into art.

Hope your blogger problems are over. Good to see you back.

Annie said...

Ooh, it's good to look at these colors all together. And to think you've taken this photo from spools of thread your mother collected. You've done it, posted a photo, another wonderful one. Congratulations!

Ash said...

Interesting colors and composition!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

What a colorful photo! :)

navin said...

Very nice

outdoorexposure said...

wow...lot of colors....nice capture:-)

Mile Stones said...

Well it was well worth the wait. Those colours make me feel better. And thanks for finding my ocean at Guincho last June. Funny, in a way! Have you found the bridge yet? (July & all over the place)

Meg in Nelson said...

Love it. I'm glad someone else thinks notions departments are as attractive as bakeries and chocolatiers (SP?) this tie of the year!!!

Chad Oneil said...

Good job.

worldwide1 said...

I love the colors.
Threads!!
Oh how wonderful they are,small strands of fiber,yet they hold so much together.

Wonderfully done.

Nabeel said...

oh man this is soo beautiful .. at first glance they looked like bangles .. great picture so much color :)

MuleMan said...

I really like this image! The colors real pop for me.

Gwynette said...

Que foto tan bella ! colores, colores, colores....