Monday, May 21, 2007

COME AND DINE


I love this abstract of my son's glass patio table. The reflection from the swimming pool gives this shot an extra pop.

Thanks everyone for your answers on my mystery tree. I think it is a Pomogranite tree. Thinking that I may have one of my very own brings back childhood memories of purple stained fingers and lips. I look forward to eating the home grown fruit.
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36 comments:

Olivier said...

c'est tres beau, on dirait un tableau.

it is very beautiful, one would say a picture.

Pequete said...

I would never find out it is a glass table! The photo is great, though, makes you think of hot summer days and refreshing water.

Lavenderlady said...

I was wondering what this was! We should all take a closer look at those simple things around us. Amaziing what we can find.

Kate said...

It does closely resemble water, doesn't it? Glad the closing on the new house went well--enjoy it!

ruth said...

It's nice to be able to eat outside now! This is a beautiful abstract. And I can see a person profile in it. :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

The photo today is interesting. I thought it "was" water.

Today—
Their beaks close, their eyes shut and their heads flop over the edge of the nest.
American Robin series starts today in Brookville Daily Photo.

lv2scpbk said...

This is very cool. I thought it was water when I first looked at it.

ToOothlEss WOndeR! said...

Yeah me too..
I thought that was water really..
beautiful!

Annie said...

Well, I have a patio table with a top that looks just like that. I'd not thought to photograph it. There's the difference between you and me, you creative one, you.

Lauri said...

Hi! Just found your blog and I wanted to say I love your photographs-they really are beautiful! Congratulations on the new house and good luck with the move!

MotherPie said...

Yes, it is [pretty and looks like water...
I, too, love the buildings in NYC. Some of them. Frank Gehry's new one is the most interesting by far.

Moi said...

I cud have never imagined in my whole lifetime that it was a table shot....great work. :)

Ash said...

Interesting!!!

Jasp said...

Spotless :-)

Clare said...

When I first saw the photo, I thought it was water! Great photos, I like the way you capture those extra special things that may otherwise be missed!

Anna said...

I love how we can find beauty in the ordinary and then it isnt ordinary anymore. :)

Ex-Shammickite said...

What an interesting photo... something that I would probably not notice, and if I did, I would likely have left the camera at home!

Taswir said...

great abstract shot

Faye Pekas said...

LIke everyone else I thought it was water but with a strange ripple effect. Nice and artsy.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I like tables like this, too. :)

Ben said...

At first, I thought you took a shot of water surface. Now I see its a glass table, it is very good with those reflections.

Glenn Standish said...

Nice pic! You're very lucky to have a swimming pool!

AphotoAday said...

Yeah, I thought it was the surface of a lake late in the day... Very nice shot...

mat said...

i like it too!

susan said...

Oh, you are going artist on us. I love it! :)

worldwide1 said...

Now that is a very clever photograph and yes the abstractness makes this a rather interesting photo.

JAM said...

I thought it was ice.

Ratzfatz said...

*jump-in*

Mike said...

Looked like water when I first looked at it too.

Nice shot.

Helpmate said...

Incredible! At first, I though it was water. Keep posting - I love your blog!

Charley Pitchford said...

Great photo. I actually thought it was from the surface of water in a lake.

Chris & Deb said...

Oh this is incredible! I totally thought I was gazing into a brilliant blue sea!
Very very cool!

RUTH said...

Wonderful photos on your blog. I really thought this was water until I read the text.

Thiên said...

I love this shot, it's very mezmerizing. Looks cool, peaceful and refreshing.

Zsolt said...

its really artistic!

John Roberts said...

This is definitely one of your best photos ever! Needs to be on a wall in your new house!

We have a table like this. You've inspired me to tru some experiments of my own with it.