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February 19, 2010

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Kitchen Utensils
f/5.6 @ 1/200 85mm ISO 400

So what constitutes being a kitchen utensil?  Do you have to be silver, plastic or wooden?  Is your only purpose, to stir, sift or turn? 

My kitchen is littered with aprons of every size and style.  Some are handmade, some are child size and some are well just a bit different.

This one is one of my favorites as it is a gift from one of my dearest friends how BTW lives in Scotland.
I don't have the ability to say these praises with the right emphasis in the right places.  It just brings a lot of joy knowing that she thought enough to find it for me.  Thanks Sandy Banner.  Love and Miss Ya.

8 comments:

Chesney said...

I love your apron...it's a new kitchen language! :)

dorispac said...

I love your way of cropping and imagining your photos. Always a different angle and perspective. It really makes your photographs interesting!! Nice work.

BobbieCoughlin said...

This certainly qualifies! (I can't cook without my apron...) I love the perspective and the crisp focus in at the heart of the photo.

Sheryl Salisbury said...

I'm puggled, I think I better call it quits. lol What a fun word picture.

playingwithpixels said...

Hard to believe it's all English, isn't it? That's a neat shot, Barb...

top5cats said...

Very nice, love the detail and anything from the UK is a treasure in my mind.

dspec01 said...

What a cool shot! I like how you displayed the apron. Once again the clarity and sharpness standout.

Anonymous said...

No matter what others say, I think it is still interesting and useful maybe necessary to improve some minor things