Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Day 93: POTD Glass flowers

Well, ok, if there are no REAL flowers growing, here's a few photos of a GLASS flower, taken with my 18-135 mm lens. And if you feel like it, check out my Digi in Deep first lesson, just below this.


20 comments:

cari said...

Those are really cool!
Cari

Jason said...

That is really neat, I like the perspective on those.

Chell said...

Way cool flowers...

Val said...

Very pretty!

Kari said...

the first shot looked like a funky trumpet for a second there. Very cool!

Sharon said...

Very pretty!

Gypsy Girl said...

Way to improvise. Nice shot. How much time does it take to digi scrap a page like that? Like I would ever get any of it done but thought I would ask.

Gypsy Girl said...

Yup were all mobile. With the exception of the 3 that are 18 and older and in college and work. We may conseder living in both places this year, we are waiting to see if it works.

Tracie said...

Very beautiful shots!
Thanks for the comment on my blog and here are my settings: 50mm 1.8 f/1.8, ss 1/40

Amy said...

These are so beautiful! Very cool way to bring some spring into our lives! :)

Becky said...

What a funky flower. Great focus. And your digi page is fantastic!

Debbi said...

You are so creative in following the themes. And your digi-layout is fantastic! LOVE IT! So glad that you are happy with this class.

Jess said...

These are beautiful! I have a real respect for blown glass, I have a cousin who does it for a living and it is WAY harder than it seems! This is a stunning piece, wonderful craftsmanship and your photos did it great justice! :)

Margaret said...

Such a neat-looking flower. Love the different angles you got of it. Very nice.

Michelle said...

that glass is beautiful. love all the colors in it.

Kristina said...

The glas is so pretty! And your layout is amazing! It looks so complicated, though. Did it take you a long time to do this?

pat said...

Neat, Ang! Love the patterns in the glass.

Mandy said...

Beautiful. My step father is a glass blower and makes things just like this. Its just so amazing to see how all the colors melt together.

Bobbi said...

Those are really neat, I love the color of them.

Melissa said...

Very pretty! Love the second one.