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Friday, 4 June 2010

Monochrome Weekend


This pin frame sits on my mantelpiece, a gift many years ago from eldest daughter.
Now being much enjoyed by tiny grandchildren.



22 comments:

Kitty said...

Oh I love those gadgets! I love the detail of all the little pins in the first - I can almost feel them.

jams o donnell said...

THat is an excellent photo Dragonstar!

RuneE said...

And it is now enjoyed by us, thanks to you. I enjoyed the soft lighting and all the details.

Carolyn Ford said...

This would be amusing for hours on end! And, what a great black and white too. Nice one!

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

A really beautiful art piece to photograph enabling
fine contrasts from light to dark. Lucky grandchildren.

YTSL said...

Ohhh, this could have fit with this week's Photo Hunt theme (of sparkle(s))... in any event, these are really interesting shots. :)

Carver said...

Beautiful photographs of the pin frame. Great to have something like that from your daughter that is now enjoyed by your grandchildren.

Lina Gustina said...

Love seeing all details...amazing ones :)


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Dharma Shots said...

Wow, that sure is a treasure. This is the of home deco I'd like to have too...Thanks btw for hosting the meme this week in behalf of Aileni.

Nydia said...

Ah, this is so fun! I bet your little one has already put her face on it! LOL

Super-cool as usual, Miss Dragon.

Don't forget sending our love and kiss to Aileni, we miss him!

Love to you too... :o)

Starnitesky said...

These are fascinating, I like the angles you have taken the photos from.

John said...

I remember those; makes a good mono subject

Jaz said...

I know this pins from a friend who has similar thing. I like to put it on my face and see what happen... Nice BW pic...!

Serendipity said...

I love those pin frames! It looks great in monochrome too :)

Dina ... UK said...

Hello. :)

I like playing with those as well..
Brilliantly captured...

Nina said...

Nice shot! Suits really good in mono!

Serline said...

Definitely one of those age old contraptions that never fail to evoke wonder...

RuneE said...

I'm sorry about the pictures that went AWOL, but the servers where I store most of my photos went down over the weekend. They are now on-line again.

AKO said...

Yes, I remember loving to play with this kind of gadget. It makes a great B&W photo.

magiceye said...

these are gorgeous!

Spiderdama said...

Great details and angle in these photos.
Wish you a nice week:-)

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

It looks so good in monochrome and the angle makes it brilliant :)

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