Category: found still life

found still life

TWENTYNINE PALMS

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I spotted this old stake-bed Dodge workhorse in Twentynine Palms, California while walking around with my trusty iPhone 4s, five years ago. I came across it again, on my computer, last evening, and decided to have a go at it with Snapseed. A little caressing, massaging, and fine tuning with the sliders and this is what I came up with. I hope you like it. Prints available.

TEPOZTLÁN STILL LIFE

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Let’s go Mexico! Now accepting just two students, first come, first served, for an intensive five day iPhoneography WalkandShoot workshop/tour of Mexico City, the Day of the Dead Parade and more in Queretaro, San Miguel de Allende, and Guanajuato. See details at johnfarnsworthphotographer.com.

RANCH STILL LIFE

I had a great time, on Saturday, at Cowboy Camp on Clint Mortenson's ranch south of Santa Fe, shooting with friends @Steve Immel and @Steve Bundy. This found still life, so typical of ranch life was something I just couldn't pass up.

 

 

PISAC STILL

Here's one from the archives, a still life I found while wandering the back streets of Pisac, Peru.

Hasta mañana…

 

JUICE

Thea was making her famous tortilla soup. Over her shoulder I saw this still life. Sorry, no picture of the soup. We ate it!

 

PEEK-A-BURRO!

After breakfast this morning, I was sitting on the equipale sofa in the kitchen, checking my email on my iPad. I just glanced up, and there he was, our polychromed wooden Mexican burro centerpiece, peeking over a chair back.

My iPhone was in the office, charging. Oh, well. The best camera is the one you have with you, right? So, I switched to the native camera app on the iPad and fired away.

I'm glad I did. I like this one.

 

OH, YOU KID!

We took a day off! We went for a drive in Thea's new car, a 2012 Jeep Liberty, over to Mora, to Las Vegas (the New Mexico version), on to Santa Fe for dinner, and home. Along the way, we came across this young fellow playing King of the Mountain on top of some parted out vehicles.

See you tomorrow…