Tuesday, July 21, 2009

A Pitcher Of Amber

I had been using the pitcher
for a photo shoot out on the deck
of a friends’ place in Vermont when
my granddaughter came to visit.
So it was a natural thing to
ask her to look through it for a
shot I loved . It was a snap decision to
either do the pitcher with her face
or the green Vermont trees in the
yard.for this EDM Challenge 224
The little scene is one I stopped the
car and backed up a bit to
get the only shot
between much foliage

20 comments:

john.p said...

Love it! Love it! Great play on words, too. I haven't commented in a while, Winna, but I still follow you. You've got smart cows, too, if they can tight-rope walk on barbed wire.

Anonymous said...

Her (the cow) next trick is to jump over the moon when she slips to the barbs...winna

Amber Lawrence said...

Of course this is the best one ever because I am in it . Just Kidding. I remember this. It came out really good. But I know that isn't my hand because I always have long fake fingernails on, ever since I was 16. Anyone else wouldn't have been able to pick up on that but me :) Excellent job, it must've been wicked hard todraw that because it gets distorted through the pither. But you are the Talented Nokne, you can always pull it off :)

seesue said...

Love the art work. Laughed at Amber's comments too.

Jules said...

I like the great humour in this one, Winna - a happy pitcher indeed. (cough!)

Lindart said...

Love it! What a brilliant idea! You did such a wonderful job of making the glass of the pitcher look so real!

nanke's stuff said...

Very cool, as always. I love the play on words and executed the difficult task of the distortion perfectly! Great fun. nancy

Anita Davies said...

Great spread!

Jeff said...

How much fun is this post! Wonderful.

Sherry said...

Wow oh wow, I love this image! Reflections are always interesting, and the reflected portrait is especially fun,

NancyB said...

Hello Winna you may not know me but I am a lurker of your blog hee hee....I have something for you on my blog! http://crowabout.blogspot.com
Thank you for sharing your wonderful art with the world!
xoxo
NancyB

icandy... said...

Wow! What a talent you possess!!! These are amazing!

Christina :)

Anonymous said...

I have been working on a book and my computer has been out with no net etc and often no email... for over a week---once in a while it works---I can not make any comments on blogs etc--I will be back when all is settled and the project in finished Winna

deshacrafts said...

Well Winna your Blog is incredible. Apparently you did come out with a crayon. See you in class, Debby ;o)

Anonymous said...

I can not get on to this site nor even get in touch with Blogger.com to find out why Winna

Capt Elaine Magliacane said...

Oh Winna... did you forget your password? I have an old blog that I can't access because I forgot, my user name and my password... so it sits out on cyberspace molding LOL
You could always start another one... I'm an intrigued, what book are you working on?

Kathleen said...

Glad to hear it is only an internet/computer problem - Miss your incredible posts!

Sandy said...

Wondered what you were up to - we all miss you and pray for cyber intervention!

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