Well done!I wonder why I don't like coffee...
Splendid! Well observed.
Oh, you're so right, it's wonderful when enlarged. I love it.I just got a giggle out of your comment about your husband. Mine also thinks I'm obsessed with blogging, but is happy to provide me with photos.Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
It's a super study in black and white! Well spotted.
yes!!! enlarged it's a fantastic shadow shot - so moody and contrasted. I've always fancied one of those coffee-makers too. and a Happy Halloween back at you Francisca!
dang it. I forgot. I truly love your comment about the Van Gogh quote. it struck me as appropriate at the time, given what I was doing and also my dilemma with last week's shadow shot. you are amazingly observant, I love that. happy weekend to you Francisca.
Yes that's a very creative picture with a simple coffee maker ! Now I want to have a cup of coffee, but it is already 10 pm !
Fascinating light patterns! Great perspective!
Nice monotone pic. Coffee - I am thinking about it now!
Award of Excellence! Lovely.
That's a gorgeous picture in black and white, and the shadow is fantastic.
You've posted a ton of great photos, but this one just might be the best. This thing belongs hanging in a gallery with a nice price tag on it. Seriously...
Seriously.....I love it. And it does belong in a gallery:)
Your plunger makes coffee for one? My church has morning tea, and our coffee comes from thailand. Confession time? I don't like that coffee.Thanks for advice about the idiot. He visited my blogs many times, and I ignored him, but today, I thought someone might share what they do with him.
It WAS better viewed large...and it was great to begin with! Nice work!
Playful lights and shadows!Awesome :)Thanks for dropping by, Francisca...
Serendipitous moments such as the one you described often provide the best photographs...such as this!Re your comments on Stone Creek: That sky was pretty amazing; it is reflected in a small "lake" which doth indeed contain a fountain...the shot was taken early evening.The foggy shot: Well, you have to understand golfers. Neither rain, nor snow, nor cold, nor heat, nor fog will keep us from our appointed round or from the practice range. I've often hit a golf ball into the great foggy unknown with nary a hint as to where it landed. Usually, though, I found it. :-)
I love Italian Espresso when in Italy, otherwise it's mainly tea for me.
Great shot. Now we need to go make coffee. Darryl and Ruth :)
That is an amazing play of light and shadow, great capture. It goes to show that you've got to keep your eyes open all the time!
Beautifully shot. The black and white combined with the eagle eyed shot make it fascinating...Hope you are having a fabulous weekend:)
The lighting is beautiful, I never quite got the hang of presses, but I understand them make good coffee. I use Silver EFEX Pro because it's only purpose is monochrome processing and it has a lot of capabilities including film emulations.
Terrific shadow for the day, Cisca! Which reminds me -- I'm ready for a cup right now!! Hope you have a lovely evening and a great tomorrow! Enjoy!Sylvia
Kitchens are often wondrous places to find amazing shadows, as you have ably proved by your photo!SHADOW SHOWShadows creeping through the land,Shadows dark on every hand—If they should begin to glow,You had better run, you know!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadows here and here
Francisca -- this is a lovely still life. The light, shadows and forms resonate with me. Thanks for dropping by. I always appreciate your comments.Now I must refill my coffee cup.
You already know I am in love with this shot. Any nice photography with lines and curves excites me. This one is wonderful. I am so glad you thought to grab your camera and click the shutter. genie
I love this shot. It looks almost sinister.
Great shadows, Francisca! Happy Halloween to you too!
A contemporary still life. Beautiful lighting.
Interesting... very nice light :)
I love the scene you created and I love the b&wHappy Halloween :)
Beauty in the ordinary - but you have to stop and notice it.
I love the shapes of my cafetiere, and I've often tried to photograph it but never been satisfied. Now I know I was missing the sunlight through your lovely window! I like this very much.
Wonderful play of light and shadows.
i have the same coffee maker :) but i don´t have such a great shot from it! i have to work on :)
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