This orange had a strange bump for a stem. It was like any orange in every other respect: peeled like an orange, tasted like one. Just had a bit of a different shape which I found interesting.
Category: Still Life Tagged: abstract, art, black and white, Creative, Food, macro, Nikon D800, Photo, Photography, photos, still life
Very interesting color space and artistic view. To be hanged on the wall.
Hello, Olli, thanks you!
image #7 could be called “Virgin Mimosa” or something along those lines, good stuff Jennifer
Haha! Good one!
We often say a fruit with an odd shape will taste better than normal ones. Love the rich sunlight reflected on orange peel and interacting through the glass…it tells the spring will soon come.
Hi, thanks! I hope spring comes soon! They’re calling for snow today.
when life gives you oranges, make mimosas?
The texture of erngs are neat to see like this.
I love the smell of them. They are such fragrant buggers. The smell sticks to your fingers from peeling one and tricks you into smelling oranges long after you have eaten one.
The creativity!!! You’re good Have a great weekend
Hey, hope you have a fun weekend too! I will try to behave.
I’m glad to read that you ate it after putting it through its paces; it looks delicious. The texture is gorgeous.
Thanks! It barely made it through the paces intact!
Great work. I really like the way they’re edging their way into Surrealism (particularly number two). Stunning.
Greats shots. Nice use of shadows and I like the surrealist element to some of these
And very interesting sits you took!
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