"A good photograph is knowing where to stand" Ansell Adams.

Monday, December 17, 2012

stills:: a weekly collection



:: bikeriding on Thursday, stopped at the Armory Wharf cafe.
:: loved watching this little boy enjoying the seagulls
:: we now have a Christmas tree-love the smell
:: decorated
:: yellow gerberas
:: I was excited to receive this book, only 4 days after ordering it- a project I've been working on (ten photos over ten hours on the tenth day of each month)
:: David tried out a Jamie recipe for dinner on Saturday night-15 minutes to get the ingredients ready, then about 25 mins to prepare.
:: Polenta chicken caesar salad- delicious
::Christmas lights twinkling


Joining in at the beetle shack

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I hear you on the 15 minute meals thing - you'd have to have some serious knife skills and a seriously good oven to get that cooked in 15 minutes! ;) Sounds yummy though!

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  2. Jamie makes it look so easy and doable within 15 minutes on tv. My son and I watch him all the time making food magic and wondering if we can pull it off. i love your ten on ten book. what a lovely keepsake. xo

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  3. What a delightful group of stills. So glad you made your 10 on 10 images into a book - there is just something different about holding our photos in our hands. And so well suited to the nature of that project - how precious to have all those days and memories gathered together. Your tree shots are stunning - full of golden light.

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  4. visiting from the beetle shack!! real Christmas trees are thebomb.com :)

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  5. I'm hoping that my Secret Santa will be buying me Jamie's cookbook - can't wait to try it.
    Love those yellow gerberas - they're one of my favourites.
    Ronnie xo

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  6. Great set of images, Leanne! I love the idea of 10 on 10....just want to peek into your book. Your last shot is so lovely!

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  7. Love the photo book! what a great idea! And i have Jamie's book on my Christmas list...loving his 15 minute meals...even if they do take 45 to prepare and make! xx

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  8. Gorgeous love the look of your book.... We visit one of Jamie's Italian restaurants regularly so good ....

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  9. ahah love that little insight into the Jamie Oliver book!

    xo em

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  10. I just adore the way you look a the world! Gorgeous!! Hope your Tuesday is wonderful :) x

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  11. I'm glad you've created a book of 10 on 10. You've done a great job keeping up with that. I am totally jealous of the light and warmth I see in your photos; the 2nd and 3rd shots especially. I also like that last shot combining light and silhouette.

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  12. what a fabulous series - my fave is the second. Actually, after just scrolling through them again I realize it's difficult to choose a fave. I love the perspective in the first shot, and the lines. Love the light in the tree shot. There's so much warmth in your photos, it's a trademark of your images that's wonderful to see. Happy week to you Leanne. (Great idea for the ten on ten too).

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  13. Perhaps you should consider a career in food photography -- YUM!

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  14. all beautiful images ... that salad looks delicious! x

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  15. This is a wonderful series, Leanne, and that polenta chicken caesar sound absolutely wonderful!
    I wish you and your family a beautiful holiday.
    xo.

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  16. Fantastic set of photos. Your ten on ten book looks beautiful, such a great idea and lovely to look back on. I must do something similar! Lovely twinkly lights too. :)

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  17. I gave mr Tim the 15 min Jamie book for Christmas too. I can't wait to see your 10 on 10 2012 book. Will you join in for 2013 or do you have another exciting project to follow. Max

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