4.17.2012

a second look...



Sometimes I like to look back at my older photos and see if there's any others that I missed, but might be worth sharing now. A second look months later can bring up things like these two photos. At the time I thought they were too light and blurry in all the wrong places... but now I kind of like them. There's a little mystery in an accidentally blurred shot.

Photos: My own, from film

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  1. I like the blur. and I love that pattern.

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  2. I love both of these shots. There is something about that first one that reminds me of my mom. The coffee and the lighting. Glad you decided to share them.

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    1. Aw, that's nice to hear. I'm glad you like them!

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  3. It happens to me all the time...I like these!

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  4. The first shot, it's tea, isn't it? It's beautiful, reminds me of a cold blurry morning, turned warm with the drink :)
    I love this space of yours, such a release from the monotony of life that it's borderline blasphemous!

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    1. It is tea, lol. I think the taller mug makes it seem like it could be coffee too.

      Thanks so much for your kind words, i'm glad you like stopping by!

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  5. I like them, too. :) The floral print on the journal is just lovely!

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    1. Thanks Faith! I had to have that book as soon as I saw the floral print... it's hard to find good vintage ones with nice patterns like that!

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  6. Madly love that second photo! The books are gorgeous and so is the photo.

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  7. I do the exact same thing myself! I like to think that the photos had time to "marinate". I'm glad that you decided to post these - beautiful!

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  8. well, I'm glad you did -- these are really lovely :)

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  9. I love that blurred shot too :)

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  10. I can NEVER get enough photos of tea, books, and sweets. I always get excited when I see you've posted a picture of your quiet, indulgent moments. So lovely.

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