Monday, January 31, 2011

Vase with Pecans

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Weathered reds in a friend's backyard.


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17 comments:

reg said...

pecans are a favourite of mine. The pic is great. I love this composition a lot

Carletta said...

There's something about weathered wood that draws me in - great texture!
And yes, nice composition.

kaye said...

I love the vibrant colors and the textures in this shot. nice work.

Leora said...

This is splendid. The weathered wood is a draw, as is that beautiful vase.

Liza said...

Wonderful shot!

Dina said...

Nice to look at.

EG Wow said...

I love the table's texture!

Ralph said...

Weathered reds have their own sense of style. But add a vase this beautiful, and the whole neighborhood looks fabulous!

Marice said...

nice shot! plus the table is in ruby too!

u may view mine here

Mimi said...

Love the look, Robin.
I've never seen a pecan in its shell, and I love them, so I'm delighted.
The vase has a lovely antique look.
I do love your photography.

Dianne said...

the texture of the table makes everything pop!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

This scene could have come from Mexico or the U.S.A. desert Southwest. Subtle. Inviting. Thank you.

SEEING RED

Tonight, my dear, I’m seeing red—
Or is it puce or rose?
Whatever’s going round my head
Is tingling all my toes.

My heart, my dear, becomes inflamed
With passion sore ablaze;
Perhaps it is because I miss
Your glowing, crimson gaze.

Whate’er the cause, my face is flushed
Like a ripened cherry,
No longer healthy, but inflamed—
See the vessels serry*?

A certain sanguine aftertaste
Is clinging to my tongue,
For I have kissed your ruby lips—
To which the claret clung.


*serry – (archaic) to crowd closely together

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Lady in Red

Felisol said...

I keep looking at the stylized flower pattern of the vase.
It's intriguing, kind of resembles old rosepaint pattern.
A well composed picture of raw, rough as a background for the this special vase.

Stephanie V said...

The textures of the flaking red, the pecan shells and then the smooth swirls of the vase. Really nice composition for RT

Rayna Eliana said...

What great texture blends in this lovely photo.

Carol said...

Great shot!!! Love the composition and all the texture. Visited your shop and you really have a nice collection of photos for sale.

Beth F said...

Absolutely lovely.