Teapot, Wrinkle, and Hat

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  1. invisible

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    Thanks for looking...
     
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  2. Yemme

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    I like the feel of this image. Makes me want to take a trip down south.
     
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    Interesting picture. The checker table cloth, kettle and hat...a nice classic combination.
     
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    Thank you, Yemme and mylo!

    (I know... It's a kettle, not a teapot :blushing:)
     
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    Your photos always make me smile. Nice work!
     
  6. invisible

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    That's so kind of you to say :) I'm glad about it, really appreciated.
     
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    "I'm a little teapot, short and stout..."

    Excellent framing with blocks of tone.

    Betcha it'd look good as monochrome also.
     
  8. invisible

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    Someone wondered the same thing on another forum, so I'm now prepared to deal with this one :lol:



    I like it better in colour.

    Thanks for your comments, John!
     
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  9. SarahTomlin

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    B/W is definitely not my thing. Certain pictures of people look ok in b/w but otherwise color is the way to go. My favorite part of this picture is the texture of the teapot. That's what we call them in Texas.
    I have a fondness for all things rustic.
     
  10. SarahTomlin

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    I'd also like to add that the OCD in me would have fixed the tablecloth for the sake of the picture but I'm glad you held back. LOL I love it.
     
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    I agree now that I've compared side to side. The b/w is just missing something.
     
  12. invisible

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    I used to like all things perfect, but at same point in my life I become the exact opposite. Things are perfect when they are imperfect.

    And I know exactly what that is: a competent person doing the conversion! :lol:

    Thanks Sarah and John for your feedback.
     

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