If a picture paints a thousand words

This blog is a place for me to work on my photography. My goal is to submit a new picture every day and to get better as the moments go by. I take all pictures with my digital camera. I worked for years with a 35 mm minolta, and this is a learning experience for me. I am afraid that I got lazy and allowed the camera to choose most of the settings for me. This is my journey of learning how to shoot a camera that is not in a program mode. It is harder than I ever imagined. That makes this challenge both a new experience and a joy for me.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Macro Friday - Colorful fluff- Day 181

Linking up for Macro Friday today, over at Blogging From Bolivia.  Hope to see you there!

Sometimes, a bit of color can add so much!


"Why do two colors, put one next to the other, sing?  
Can one really explain this?  No."  
~Pablo Picasso~

14 comments:

  1. Great photo and thanks for sharing the quote! These two colors really do look lovely together.

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  2. I thought from little linky window that it was a poppy but no anyway great colored.

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  3. I love those colors! I'd love to make a tutu for the Tiny Tornado out of those - LOL! Happy Friday! :-)

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  4. I also thought your thumbnail was a flower. What a pretty shot, I'd love to know what all this pretty fluff is...a tutu? skirt? fancy bedding or curtains? a funky headpiece? :o)

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  5. It is a tutu that I made for my daughter last year for a recital. The colors are orange and red and I thought it would look terrible. As you can see, it looks pretty amazing together. She still wears it often and loves to wear it over her jeans to school.

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  6. Awww, Patty Ann, this is really pretty...I saw you made it for your daughter which makes it even more special. I do like the colors together surprisingly~ Are you more of a bold or pastel person?
    I'm definitely pastel...

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  7. I love it when my daughter loves something I made for her. How fun to have your daughter still love and wear the tutu.

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