Sunday, September 12, 2010

Sunday Stills - Glass



A mason jar of cuttings over our kitchen sink. The cutting are from one of my favorite plants that I take with me to every festival. That I set up at, not just go to. That might be a little weird(er) ;-).



I really wanted to join in with Sunday Stills this week, but I didn't start working on these shots until Saturday evening. I thought this glass bottle had potential (Saint Tim doing some pre-game training), but it was almost empty. He kindly volunteered to open a fresh one (why we call him Saint Tim ;-) and I played around with different exposures... until it just got so dark and I stopped.

"Did you get what you wanted?"

"Maybe. It's just getting too dark."

"Huh? It's never too dark to drink beer."

See what I have to live with?*

For more Sunday Stills...

* Family joke courtesy of Janbaby and City Boy

13 comments:

Ed said...

Great shots, so Tim is a Packer Fan??? :-)

Nancy K. said...

Oh, you poor Dear!

;-)

Alice said...

Sara,
Looking at the condensation inside the Rolling Rock, it's not that it was getting too dark, but that the beer was getting too warm! ;-)

Shirley said...

Very saintly of Tim to let go of his grasp on the beer bottle long enough for you to photograph it!

dibear said...

Nice job. :)

lisa said...

I usually end up doing mine on Sunday morning ;) I use mason jars for a lot of things, too!

livingasherby said...

I love the picture of the mason jar with cuttings. Both for its subject and the picture itself. Very nice :)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I love your photos! What would we do without our Mason jars?

Heather said...

I love mason jars. More than I love beer :o). I use them instead of 'tupperware' for leftovers - safer and it feels cozy :o).

flowerweaver said...

The bottle shot is great!

DayPhoto said...

LOL!!!!!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Regular Guy said...

Nice use for the glass jars.

henrygl said...

Amazing perspective with the bear bottle, great shade, lightings and focus :) well done

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