Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Light bulbs

Today I wanted to make some new arrangements for my blog but I have strained a muscle in my neck this morning. So now I am walking around like a character from the Muppet show with moving arms but a stiff neck ;) These cute light bulbs came from my mother's house. She has a lamp with tiny lights which I change for her. I thought the broken ones perhaps would make a nice picture.

They look so lovely with their soft tones and colours of silver and frosted glass. I guess this restricting neck brings me something good after all, because otherwise I probably completely had forgotten about them ;))
Their colours change with a different background! Now they have blue and silver tones in many different shades. I love these fragile water colours. So far today's unexpected post with light bulbs. I hope you have enjoyed it anyway and that tomorrow I will be able again to show you a new arrangement. Have a nice day :))

8 comments:

vk said...

Wow Sas! another unusual take on an everyday ordinary object. Loved the first shot. Take care of that neck ...:))

Sas said...

Thank you Vani :)

I am going to sit on my couch now with a scarf round my neck hihi

Have a nice evening and sleep well :))

Sas

Anonymous said...

Schitterende foto's van een doodgewoon onderwerp. Geweldig.

Irene

Sas said...

Bedankt Irene voor de feedback en welkom op mijn blog :)

Fijn om te horen dat je het leuk vindt :))

Sas

Rupa said...

Beautiful "cool" colors! What a contrast to the warm, orange/yellow glows on your site. I love both. Hope you feel better soon and will post new pics for us to enjoy. Take care.

Sas said...

Thank you Rupa for the lovely feedback :)

I like these colours too but always return to my orange tones hihi

Well I am feeling better already thank you :))

Hope you will have a nice evening,

Sas

vineeta said...

You are such an artist Sas! I love the way you play with everyday things and create beauty out of it & what phenomenal pictures you take!

Sas said...

Thank you dear Vineeta :)

Hearing this from a great and warm photographer as you is very encouraging :))

Sas