Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Week 5 of P52!

This week's sweet shot is one of the bracelets I made.
A double wrap, made of leather cording and faceted jasper beads,
shot on a mirror with natural light.
Kent Weakley at "Photography Essentials" (here) is sponsoring P52!

The premise is to post your favorite or best photo each week on Kent's website,
link to your post and comment on other photographer's posts.  What a great way to 
network in the photography blogosphere, learning and sharing as you go!

A favorite quote ~

"I believe that in order to get the perfect shot,
one must be persistent and passionate."
Hermawan Wong

Happy Click'n!

8 comments:

  1. i like that bracelet, and the photo is beautiful. i don't have a mirror except on the wall or i would be in the kitchen snapping right now.

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  2. You do beautiful work. And it's a pretty nice photo too.

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  3. Everything that's unique is much better! ;-)

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  4. Love the bracelet, it kinda reminds me of the hippy status.

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  5. A piece of art indeed.

    Please have a good Wednesday.

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  6. Great shot and cool bracelet! Also, I love your 'Say No to Word Verification' button. Did you make it?

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    1. Linda, I don't remember where I got the "say no to word verification" badge but you may be interested in this link http://run-a-roundranch.blogspot.com/2012/02/word-verification-woes.html.

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  7. Thank you all for your encouraging comments!

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