Thursday, 7 November 2013

Higlights of My Week {iPhoneography}

 
 
 
Tulip leaves have the most beautiful textures and shapes. I admire the oval and graceful form of tulip flowers ... This tulip in the morning light caught my eyes.
I have used the following Apps in editing this snapshot  Handy Photo, Snapseed and Mextures.
 
 

The sound of rain has lulled us to sleep in the evenings. The few times I have been outdoors, I've admired the small raindrops resting on the leaves. According to the weather forecast the rainy clouds continue to hover above us this coming weekend as well.
 


It's getting dark earlier in the afternoons. I noticed the texture of the tiles in our landry room, as the light from the window fell to the dark room.

"In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present."
Francis Bacon

Textures Mixed by Kim Klassen and Coffee Break by Nancy Clayes.

An unexpected moment with a friend highlighted my week ... Cathing up, coffee and danish wienerbrød , with candles to lighten up the afternoon.

Rest and medicin has helped my neck to recover, the number of good days outnumbers the bad days now!

... Wishing you a happy and relaxed weekend,
 

20 comments:

  1. First I want to congratulate you on being one of the contributing editors on Snap that Shot....Very well deserved and it's a great website.....

    I am sorry your neck is giving you problems but pray that it will be well soon...
    I love the editing on these shots...I too am noticing how the light is so different now that the days are shorter....

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  2. I am so sorry I meant Love that Shot.....

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  3. So glad you are feeling better Nina -- loving the light (or lack of it) in your photos today. :)

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  4. love the photos!
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  5. Glad you are feeling better and I hope you continue to heal!

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  6. Love the editing on that first shot and the droplet clarity is fabulous.

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  7. In your pictures i found all the feelings that one can have in this dark november days.

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  8. So in awe of all that you accomplish with your photos, so lovely Nina.

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous. The darker photos create the feeling of fall/winter.

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  10. Glad to read you're feeling better. Beautiful edit of the Tulip and the raindrop image is really gorgeous.

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  11. I love the light on the floor of your laundry room but my favourite is the candlestick. I hope you continue to feel better. Have a great weekend

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  12. Hi Nina! I am so glad that your neck is getting better. I know you are doing everything the doctor tells you. And maybe a visit from a friend is the best medicine of all?

    That tile photo is just beautiful. I wonder if you saw it, and went running for your camera? Or maybe your camera is always with you. Either way, I really enjoyed it.
    You are always in my prayers, my friend. Have a good, relaxing weekend!
    Ceil

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  13. gorgeous bloom.

    enjoyable time i had here at ur blog. take care. ( :

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  14. Glad to hear you are feeling better. I am plagued with neck pain ... arthritis. Some days the pain is just awful.
    I just love that photo!!! Wow! Wow! Wow!

    Have a lovely weekend!

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  15. Beautiful shots that are so dark, and I love the scripture you chose with this.. Oh and this scripture is soooooo true. How can we shine the light, or even see it without having seen the darkness.

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  16. ooppppps, see that is not scripture, but a quote Francis Bacon... well perfect anyway. sure there must be a similar scripture. LOL

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  17. Wow! Perfection...such beautiful shots. I'm signing up for your still life photography class. I hope it will be useful with an iPhone!

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    1. I just realized it's not your class, but it should be!!! Found you through Friday Finds.

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  18. I'm so glad you're feeling more better than not now, Nina.
    And I'm simply astounded that these images came from a PHONE!! They are beautiful. The tulip image - amazing! You have such an artful eye.

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  19. LOVE those love light textures... and the tulip has such a delicate presence. Thank you for coming by sharing your creative photography on the Weekly Top Shot, #108!

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