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Hope your Monday blues are only in photos!
Every time I see blueberries, I remember when a friend of mine from highschool and I were selling tickets for a fundraiser and we were outside sharing a container of blueberries that she had brought along. This woman came up and said "Dese (these) bu-berries?!" and proceded to stick her finger in the container! Ewww...we didn't eat them after that! haha!
Yes, that's the quality the paintwork in my little french house!
avec flypaper textures
~You ought to have seen what I saw on my way
To the village, through Mortenson's pasture to-day:
Blueberries as big as the end of your thumb,
Real sky-blue, and heavy, and ready to drum
In the cavernous pail of the first one to come!
And all ripe together, not some of them green
And some of them ripe! You ought to have seen!~
Texture by: JoesSistah's joessistah
Blueberry Daisy Jumpsuit
An Lar Pose
Alternate Edit Version: gyazo.com/a584e71be7229857bb22d90a537c47a9
Probably from Michigan, not Maine. Ours are tiny and grow on low bushes.
7DWF - Macro
(those flowers have nothing to do with blueberry)
Flypaper processing....Basalt and a Fly Edge
Edited to say, the texture recipe is now on the flypaper blog.
A circular polarizer popped the colors. Thanks for the visit and have a great evening.
Is it me or is there not enough food shots on Flickr?
I'm posting this early as I will be very busy this evening.
Hope you are hungry ^_^ I made this myself
Have a good evening guys!
still experimenting with food photography. what fun!
Another from the archives, haven't had time to process my weekend photos yet.
Flypaper processing, I used Moth Wing here.
Post One of Three for Sunday. Soon to be berries. Neat HDR of the Past next.
Summer breakfast of whole fresh blueberries in little bowl with cold milk
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Subject for December 27, 2011
We always have blueberries to snack on in our house. I put them in this special "blueberry bowl" made by my husband. I think the blueberries look amazing in the bowl because of the colors of the glaze. I've often photographed this subject matter...but this shot is especially for ODC.
straight from the camera as usual. The fields this year are amazing.