Saturday, March 29, 2008

Luscious


A composition made from luscious, cut Kiwi fruits. I'm always amazed at Nature's organization, and sometimes it gets in the way of prepping dinner! Image c Lynda Lehmann.

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25 comments:

  1. I have to smile - everyday tasks take on a whole new light - and my family just sighs as I do the same thing!

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  2. LOL - I know what you mean! Excellent composition and capture Lynda.

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  3. Ciao Lynda!
    Optimal this look of the page!
    The black background is well with the paintings!
    cheers from Italy

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  4. Wow. Perfect! I can almost taste them :)

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  5. Hi Lynda, you are a true artist. :) "Hmm, I like the look of this cut Kiwi- I think I'll take a photo." :) I was picking out apples at the store yesterday- giant Red Delicious apples- and I was thinking the same thing! But I haven't gotten around to taking a photo yet- but I will. :)

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  6. Lovely photo. I'm amazed at nature's organization, as well. Thistles & ferns have a fractal perfection to them that I could never hope to imitate in a painting.

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  7. Hello Lynda,
    Great photo....I think I'd be more inclined to find them with teeth marks in LOL...but that would spoil the effect!!
    Have a wonderful week my dear friend,
    Colin from Life

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  8. Ciao Lyn!
    my last lyric tells about my death and tears..
    Now I install the google translator.
    Was you talking about the Calgata on the lake Bracciano near Rome?
    Nice dream!
    Byebye from the sunny adriatic beach!
    ;)

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  9. Kathy, my husband is beyond the casual sigh, most times, especially when he is hungry and I've taken time out to photograph his dinner half-made!

    But I can't pass up a good salad photo op! :)

    Somehow I KNEW you could relate!

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  10. Janice and Hanna, thanks for stopping by. Hanna, I have wanted to change the page to black for a long time, and finally got to doing it!

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  11. Helen, thank you! I love the work I just saw on your site, as well!

    Daniel, I guess we camera-nuts are all the same! We just start seeing the world as art images. Which, of course, is not a bad thing!

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  12. Hi Lana! I feel the same way. The mathematical aspect/perfection of fractals amazes me!

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  13. Colin, it's so nice to see you! You have a wonderful week, too, and I'll be over for a visit soon... :)

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  14. Hanna, I mean the Calgata that is a medieval city built on a volcanic mound/hill, where artists have their studios in the grottoes under the city! Just a dream for the future...

    I'm glad you're putting on the translator! :)

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  15. YUM!!! What a great Kiwi shot. Don't you love them!!! I can see how you would have trouble getting dinner to the table. You see art everywhere. :D

    Hugs, JJ

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  16. Hey Lynda!

    I absolutely love kiwis!!! Plus, as you so well said, they are gorgeous to the eye :)!

    I see that you have changed the layout (of course I had been told before by Hanna; but I had to see it): it looks cool! Will you work more on it?

    Cheers my darling (have a great week)!

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  17. Max, I had thought for a long time that the photos and paintings would present better againt black, and another benefit is that the text is also easier to read. I tried to put a painting in the header, but didn't like how it looked. Sure I'll work on my page--within the miniscule range of my HTML abilties!

    I haven't forgotten about your meme. I'll get there...

    Have a wonderful day, Max!

    Hugs and smiles to you.

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  18. Lynda:

    Wow! Those things look good enough to eat. I love Kiwi fruit, and I've been trying for years to get the Queen to try one, but she says they look too hairy!

    HAve a nice day.

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  19. ha, ha, swubird, they are unreasonably hairy. 'tis true.
    but if you let them ripen and cut them in half to eat with a teaspoon, they're delicious. i used to try to peel them, but it's too difficult...

    i've heard of people who eat the hairy skin and all! i think that would make me ill. ugh.

    thanks for coming by!

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  20. ha, ha, swubird, they are unreasonably hairy. 'tis true.
    but if you let them ripen and cut them in half to eat with a teaspoon, they're delicious. i used to try to peel them, but it's too difficult...

    i've heard of people who eat the hairy skin and all! i think that would make me ill. ugh.

    thanks for coming by!

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  21. Luscious is right! Wow!!! You've really captured all the juiciness with this shot. I can almost smell and taste them through the screen. ;)

    Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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  22. Cindy, I've just had some for breakfast! Nice to see you. :)

    I'll be over soon to see your latest...

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  23. This fruit is so gooooood Lynda. Very nice composition, and you are right about nature, so organized at times. Thanks for sharing, Anna :)

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  24. Anna, thank you for stopping by! I loved your newest bird post!

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