Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Thursday Challenge #15: "Jewelry"


"At The Bazaar"
Cary, NC - October 2008 (Click to embiggen)
Next Week's Challenge: "Window or Door"

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19 comments:

magiceye said...

unique perspective!

napaboaniya said...

If I didn't read your caption, I would have thought those were jellybeans :P
Nice DOF here!!

Alvis said...

I always like good use of depth of field and this is a good example.

Nukke said...

At Bazaars you can find many kinds of jewerly. A nice pic !

SaoirseDaily2 said...

Did someone say my favorite word? Jewelry? My passion is beading.

Hope you are having a good day and that Raleigh is showing signs of spring.

Eaton Bennett said...

that is an unusual shot of jewelry, I like it...the out of focus colors are gorgeous. :)

Artist Unplugged said...

Interesting perspective on the jewelry, I thought it first looked like jellybeans also!

Myfanwy said...

Another good shot.

Robin said...

Wonderful depth of field - it really makes the picture. Love this one.

SandyCarlson said...

I love the perspective and the depth of field, too. And I want those beads!

Shadow said...

ha, i thought they were jelly beans at first...

Leora said...

Nice! I like this perspective on the jewelry.

Daryl said...

Interesting shot/perspective ... if I didnt know you were a man, I would by looking at this photo .. .Ladies, am I right? Of course I am. A woman would have gone in for a close up from above so we could see the bracelet/necklace ...

R and J said...

Unusual angle but a good result!

S said...

I also thought they were candies!

Youre such a good photgrapher.

I am back from India, come and read about it! OK?

Catherine said...

I haven't participated to this challenge, but visiting Magiceye, I was curious to watch your Indian Jewelry.
Same black beads.

Ilike the angle you chose to just display the beads.

Ishtar said...

You make me love jewelry! What's up next, handbags? :-)
Greetings from West Africa!

lisaschaos said...

Hey, that's a pretty macro! Love your rocks!!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Neat, Mojo... I love these types of shots!

Sheila :-)