Friday, January 22, 2010

22

After all this snow, I felt we needed a bit of colour (but not too much...we don't want to shock the system...so, for viewer "safety", I added a muted retro look ;D).  We'll see what we can do about more colour tomorrow, now that we've warmed up a bit with this one...


(ananas/pineapple)

6 comments:

Anne-Lie said...

Härligt arrangemang och underbart med färg!

AnnaKK said...

Hejsan!

Tack för raderna du lämnade i min blogg! :-)

Detta var en riktigt härlig bild till ananas-temat!

Just Call Me Zippy said...

I just discovered this blog. I can't wait to savor your photographs after work tonight. You are so inspiring!!!:)

Tezzie said...

I'm glad you found your way here, Zippy! I try to put different photos here from on my other blog...sometimes they'll be from the same shoot or edited differently, but a bit different, none-the-less :D

You'll have to excuse the abundant use of Swedish on this blog ;D...the other 365ers are for the most part from Sweden, and it's of course easier to express yourself in your own language...I don't want to make it "English only", (even though I'm sure everyone's English is really good), since I'd still like to get comments from my fellow project participants!

Anne-Lie och AnnaKK - Tack för snälla ord!

Wannabe said...

Den här är såå läcker!

Och nu läste jag ditt svar till Zippy, so I'll just continue in English ;-)

I don't know how to use actions (as I guess you have done in this one?) but it looks so nice when others do.

About my tulip it's okay to use your "börjar på T" for that, OF COURSE! I was also looking for "tulpan" as a theme but had to put it somewhere else. Love tulips so I might find some other theme that also fits.. hehe

Tezzie said...

Wannabe - Thanks for giving the thumbs up for "theme stealing"...kändes taskigt att bara göra samma utan att fråga först ;D

As for actions, I'm veeery new to them, so I tend to overdo it still...but I think this one turned out ok...

Swedish or English; both are 100% ok to use on this blog :D English is my stronger language, so if I'm feeling extra brain dead, I tend to either Swenglish my comments or just use it "straight up" ;D.