Phun with Photography
No phurniture was harmed in the taking of these pictures. Inspired by one of the usual suspects, of course. You may click for big, as almost always.
My project isn't quite so involved at Cara's, so I just fiddled with the camera settings: Normal, Black & White, Sepia, Negative. I've always had a great love for all things sepia and now, in this case, for the negative. Fascinating -- that the richest and most subdued of colors jumps right out, "look at me, look at me," practically burning your retinas. And a perfect example of "negative" not always being "bad." I wish every negative thing could turn out that good.
I finished that entire square at right while knitting out last night, and started the other after returning home. We met at a new place and I liked it much better -- it was cozier, the lighting was better, the ceiling was lower (acoustics better), and I found the furniture much more comfortable and more my size (not a big fan of the oversized/overstuffed). We'll be alternating between these two, every other week, at least for now.