Thursday, February 8, 2018

Slightly distant domestics

With the Moderately Telephoto Pinhole Camera in a Plain Brown Wrapper.

In Eau Claire when we first lived together, we passed this alabaster Buddha in a store window on the way from our apartment to the Joynt. Sarah got it for me for my birthday.


You can tell from his hat that it's winter.


Glassware is a common assignment in photography class. Flirting with refraction here again.



Butter in a white dish. Not as common as eggs, but a popular food assignment in color photography class.


I can't unsee that face.


I seem to have a thing for squares lately.


Another tissue inspired composition.



Birthday roses.


Flowers just to brighten the table in January.


The cats' perch in the sun room windows.


Upstairs again. A calmer view of the bath products.


And, a sunny window.


All with the Moderately Telephoto Pinhole Camera in a Plain Brown Wrapper. .33mm pinhole 120mm from 6x6cm frame.  Portra 400.

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