While going through old photos last week, I discovered this photograph I had taken in the 1980’s on my parents’ porch. I didn’t really get into art photos until the digital camera age, but one could say this was the beginning of my discovering that photography doesn’t just have to be portraiture. The pottery was made by me; what luscious glazes this pot had!
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31 thoughts on “Roses in Pottery on Porch”
Agree with using the views from the past. These roses are pretty and add an artistic view to the porch, and the nice tan. The slight ruby enhances the tan greatly, far more than the amount of color would seem to…
Oh if you did not say that its an old photo I wouldn’t even notice, great shot!
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You made the pot? Something else I didn’t know about you!
This photo definitely shows your artistic flair.
A nice touch for Ruby Tuesday – good find!
It’s a very nice shot! Im so thankful for digital cameras, its so much cheaper than paying for photos. Plus you can take a million and pick the best 😉
>you can take a million and pick the best
Those are so gorgeous – because they are so real – so grounded – so full and heavy with business of life!
You made the vase? Wow! Very nice!
I like the film look of the photo and the softness it gives the whole image.
That you made the vase makes the shot even more interesting.
Was the picture taken then to show off the roses or the vase? 🙂
I hope you still have the vase.
My father might have the vase…I’m not sure. I remember it was too heavy, as early pots often are.
this image reminds me of the photos i took using film way back when.:P
It feels like I am looking at your photo album.
Simple and beautiful. I love the mix of textures.
Very nice! This shows a lot of promise already. 🙂 Happy RT!
Beautiful roses and I LOVE the vase. Your good eye obviously developed long before the invention of digital cameras.
I love roses.
I would love to make my own pottery one day. I bet the roses smell good!
Great photo from the good old days, Leora 😉
Ralph has scanned hundreds of our old pictures. He has more patience than I!
I love the vase you created. I admire your artistic talents. Carletta asked if the photo was taken to show off the roses, or your vase and I was wondering the same.
Happy Ruby Tuesday ~ thanks for stopping by my place.
I can’t remember! Probably to show off both the roses and the vase. But now the porch is the most important part to me… it’s my childhood porch.
ah, childhood memories evoked by that photo.
as always.. roses looks lovely on red 🙂
u may view mine if u have time
Amazing picture taken with a non digital camera!
Nice vase too!
Seriously, I love the vase. I hope you are still potting.
I wish I were. When my youngest is in high school, I’m going to make it a priority to do either pottery or painting (both would fabulous!).
I really love going through the old photos. It does seem to bring back wonderful memories. Great
pot, You still have it?
That’s wonderful Leora do you still have the pot? I can understand that porch holding importance for you… I miss my grandparents home very much it holds great memories.
have a great RT!
The glaze is very pretty and that is what I was focusing on while looking at your picture.
Stop by for a quick visit.
In the old photo
roses still look fresh, as if
you picked them at dawn.
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What a beautiful photo, Leora. I like how the pot catches the light, and love the contrasts of the tones and textures.
Leora, I can see the seeds of a great photographer! Great Ruby Tuesday! 🙂
That is beautiful..You have many artistic talents Leora…