Monday, June 28, 2010

Experiment.

Take six drops of water.
Tell them that you love them.
Then photograph.

















Okay, just joking.
I followed the advice of clever Kendalee of Dance of a Painted Lady - and photographed my kaleidoscope at work ...

12 comments:

frayedattheedge said...

Lovely - these would make nice quilt blocks .....

Leenie said...

Your shots turned out great! Never the same twice beauty captured in a camera. I want to try it, but I have to find a kaleidoscope first. Glad you told me about the love. I'll have to remember that

Sarah said...

Pretty! I must try it.

kendalee said...

Cooool! I love these. Thank you for the credit (I don't know about clever, just not clever enough to know not to try it) but I am glad you played with your kaleidoscope and camera and I like your water and love story so much - I used to believe love had that much power and you almost had me believing again. Wouldn't it be great? :)

Have loved catching up on your recent posts - seeing scenes of CT and anything with Snous in it always makes me smile - thank you! So glad to be back online.

oneartistjournal said...

Very cooool! I like them arranged in six...they look dynamic side by side.
XOXOrly

L'Atelier said...

amazing what your love does to a drop of water ;)

fabulous photos!

aimee said...

splendid!!

Shannon said...

you so funny... :) cool photo.

nathalie et cetera said...

nice!
your last comment on my blog about the spiders made me smile big time!

Blahdiblah said...

Aaaaaaaaaaaah fantastic! And on that note, I recently went to Dr Emoto's talk on the responsiveness of water. He asked us, 'why 2 parts H to 1 part O in H2O?' Answer: because for every one love energy you create 2 gratitude energies'. x L

Blahdiblah said...

PS. The soup recipe is up again ;)

Jesse said...

So pretty!