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My week-end wish for you. 🙂


Nikon D700| AF-S 24-70mmG @ f4| 1/320s| ISO 200| Manual Priority| Matrix Met| Hand-held

Strobist- SB910 @ 1/4 pwr camera left low-ish bounced off ceiling; triggered via Commander Mode in camera.  ( After composing and developing this image in 2014 it’s been marinating on my back up drive) and published now.  Marinating an image can be a good thing! I hated this image back then, but like it now. 🙂 Time is a wonderful thing to perception, and feelings.  There’s a great lesson here to those who are listening and seeing. 🙂

Texture “savor” by Kim Klassen

More to  come…



  1. I was looking at a link back to last July! I enjoyed the marinated photo on this post. This was lovely arrangement with a beautiful vase of saffron colored flowers and periwinkle purple sprigs with cement background. This brightened my early evening while it is pouring rain and gray outside. Thank you a “bunch!” 🙂

    • Oh my goodness! I made this when having a moment of “still-life fever”. Once in awhile I get a spark of creativity and try something in like this.
      I’m not very good at it really, but it’s fun to try it when creativity or idea strikes. 🙂

      Thank you so much Robin! I’m so glad you like it and it perked up your gray rainy day. xx

  2. I like this a lot. You are right about marinating. Quite often I’ll turn a canvas to the wall in despair, and then some time later am surprised when I look again.

  3. Wonderful still-life and creative processing!

  4. lovely!

  5. it’s a lovely piece of art!

  6. Simple and beautiful.

  7. Oh, Deborah, this is very pretty. Thanks for digging it out and sharing and thanks for the good weekend wishes – back at you on that.

  8. Wonderfully done. Same to you.

  9. Have a great weekend 😀

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