Friday, May 31, 2013

A fork

Time for black and white and macros. My contribution is a fork. I have two pictures here.




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23 comments:

  1. Both are great. Such a difference between the two!

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  2. Esses tempos fotografei garfos...são ótimos temas para macro em p&b. Gostei! Um abraço!

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  3. Turning simple things into art...well done!

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  4. The forks are great in B&W!
    Well done!

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  5. Gafler er fascinerende objekter å jobbe med,- og dette ble veldig stilig, Birgitta!
    Ha en fin helg:)

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  6. Amazing what a shift of angle can do to create a whole new arty world! Looking great!

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  7. I love taking pictures of silverware close up. I did several shots a few months ago of three forks intertwined on a colored shirt. Turned out pretty cool. I like yours a lot.

    Chuck at Apocalypse Now

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  8. Look impressive. Most like the second one.

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  9. really cool photos! Thank you for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  10. The shadows are very intriguing in these.

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  11. AAAaahhhh ! Den ser ju riktigt väldiskad ut ! Förstår att du använder Yes. ( Gapskrattar !!!!!!! ) Ha det bra !

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  12. You certainly didn't need colour for the fork. A nice macro subject.

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  13. Such a simple idea, but what a clever thing the fork is really, with that delicate curve. I love the second one with the shadows

    Mollyxxx

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  14. Du lyckas alltid få fina bilder!

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  15. Beautiful black and white photography.

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  16. Now do a knife and spoon and you have a nice set to frame.

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  17. Outstanding photographs, a fantastic idea:) I am greeting

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  18. Simple composition but very very beautiful ! Great realization !

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