Wednesday, April 14, 2010

photoworkshop {colour story}


With a toddler in house the days at a coffee shop with a mint tea & milk or latte are long gone.




Nowadays I make my own tea- and coffee shop at home.


{unfocused & square image}

As soon as she begins tugging at her ear I draw the curtains in her room, and prepare her for a nap. Her naps are my me-time.


{diptych and complement colour}

My time to cuddle up in our green sofa propped up by pillows, with a hot cuppa’. My time to dip a cookie in the tea while dreaming of how I used to travel around the world.





Coffee and tea shops are a small sacrifice to have this little princess in my life


{person in image & shooting off center}

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19 comments:

  1. What a lovely color story...but also your words. I can so relate....feel like I was in afarway place reading your words about coffee and travel. Love the reds and greens...beautifully seen and done Anne. Your wee one looks so sweet with her red pants in the green grass.

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  2. i love that you've not only told a color story but a shape and pattern story as well -- lots of polka dots and circles. i really like that soft green on the pillow with the red. lovely work.

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  3. Such a lovely story! Loving the colors and polka dots. Your little one is soo adorable! Thank you so much for sharing your assignment and more gorgeous photos! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

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  4. it's really fun to see you tackle these assignments.... [i'm attempting the coffee shop w/ the little and a friend later today ! we'll see how it goes!]

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  5. Wonderful story and beautiful pictures!

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  6. What a lovely post, the pictures are great. I am sorry I commented so late!

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  7. I am all for the tea and biscuits in that order, never minding that the photos are quite beautiful and well presented. Hmm! better go have some right now. Happy weekend!

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  8. excellent picture story. i think red can be hard to capture and you did a great job!

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  9. oh my, i missed this last week....

    what a lovely journey of images and words... really wonderful!!

    ♥ kim

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  10. Lovely red - lovely story! I can totally relate :) Love your little girl in the grass :) & all the tea and cookies... Will have to go get me some - seeing that my wee one is taking his nap right now!

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  11. mmmmm!! i love your pictures!! so sweet!!!

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  12. Veo que no eres la única que se cuida ;)
    Ya me imagino que debe ser un gran cambio de vida tener un bebé pero en casa también se está de maravilla!

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  13. Beautiful photos! I l am having some green tea right now... I love tea!

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  14. ya me dieron ganas de comer galletas! tus fotos son lindìsimas!

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  15. preciosas fotos y preciosa pagina la tuya! me encantô la sección de knitting

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  16. looks delicious!

    Saludos
    Mr Spoqui
    FAMILY MAGAZINE

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  17. What a lovely way to tell a red story. Beautiful photos!

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  18. I read their posts and it is all very very interesting !
    I still have so much to learn, I might participate some day if I can make some spare time for this... it takes energy & time to focus on a project (that was my number one lesson !)
    I really enjoy your photos !
    And red is a favorite color of ours here. so cheerful :)

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