Tuesday, November 18, 2014

I'm Sharing

I'm sharing two still lifes today which I'm linking with Texture Tuesday. These were shot at the Gather event in Sunset Beach.  You can see more about that here and here.  I used KK-Dark Light on this image….
and KK-Gentle here.
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13 comments:

Michelle B said...

Love the tone and textures of the photos. I also love the spoon!! It looks like you had a wonderful time at Gather too. :)

Leovi Leovi said...

Nice and lovely photos, lovely still life, beautiful light !!

Sheila said...

Gorgeous images - so wish I could have attended the Gather event. I've seen that spoon and bowl in lots of instagram images - love the view in your photo.

Beverly said...

Hi Marilyn, the other day when I tried coming to visit here the link didn't work...glad it is today, because these are just amazing images!! I love both of them...so organic and earthy. Both are equally gorgeous!!

Donna Hopkins said...

Absolutely gorgeous images! Love the linen and wood and the food elements - all so organic and natural.

abrianna said...

Lovely images. I like the second one best.

amy of four corners design said...

how beautiful - I also read your posts about Gather - it was by everyone's accounts, a glorious event - glad you got to be part of it!

Michele Matucheski said...

Earthy and homey images. The warmth of the wooden soon and the touch of red in the bowl -- a pomegranate seed? Nice!--Michele from Sweet Leaf

The Artful Diva said...

beautiful work. I'm sure you had a great time at the gathering!

Seth said...

These images are so wonderful -- I find them very serene and calming. Beautiful!

EarlK said...

Beautiful photos. My sister lived in Huntington Beach for many years. The ocean is still a part of me. I am sure you enjoyed Gather.

Prairie Jill said...

Beautiful!

Lisa Gordon said...

These are wonderful, Marilyn!
I especially love the second one. It is really such a beautiful composition.