Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Team-Up Thursday~ Shapes


Hosted by Megan and Hip Momma

This week, Berta and I aimed our cameras at the idea of SHAPES. When I suggested the theme, I knew exactly what I was going to take a photo of. My life was taking me back to a location in which I recalled a wonderful brick walkway. I wanted very much to snap a shot of the fun shapes. I think it would have been so very fun to lay those bricks. I love the colors, and the weather worn look.

Now Berta......she knocked the ball out of the park. seriously....have you seen a better shot for the theme of SHAPES. Her window shot is just plain perfect. I can't stop looking at it. What a beautiful scene. I love the blue. I'm not sure if it is just reflection or the color of the panes, but I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT. Well done, Berta!


If you are participating this week, please take the time to link up. It really helps not only myself, but my readers find all the fun diptych teams.

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bBchronicles said...

Your photo reminds me of the patio my dad and I built when I was young - much like this photo and it took us SOOOO long to do it. At that time they didn't have all the curves and patterns they do today - but I have fond memories. It's crazy at all the work it takes to bring such a thing to market - design to manufacture! Love your angle and coloring of your photo - you are the master! This was a fun week - they all have been!

Janet said...

Nice combination of shapes!!

HipMomma said...

Two different shapes, two different angels, different colors. Love it, perfect pair.

stephanie said...

First I have to say that I love the awesome pairing of have inspired me to look at shapes all day now!
Second, you must be like the Blogger Jedi! I love how you have (a)created a way for us to link our team up photos and (b) how you have a little message pop up warning people not to steal your photos if they 'ctrl click' on it! I was trying to paste in my url when I saw that surprise.
You could have a workshop on blogging secrets! I would join!

Cara said...

Even though the shapes are different the fact that they are stone/brick really ties them together. Bravo!

JoLyn said...

I love your combination...everything works so well together. great angle on your bricks. Very cool!

Joanna said...

I love the angle that you took of the walkway and how both shots have lots of different shapes in each of them. Isnt it great when you have an idea in minda laready when you pick the theme. It always makes me excited to get out and take that picture! Great dip!

Megan said...

love the geometry of both these shots: circles, rectangles...i think there are even parallelograms in there! great job, you two!

Christina said...

all those marvelous shapes...I love it! makes me smile. :o)

denise karis said...

oh fun! thats so cool - not just the shapes but the linking thing!! clever.

Killlashandra said...

I like the perspective in your shot! Cool angle and it goes so well with the straight on window which is also a little off center. Cool circles and squares. :)

Puna said...

Oh I really like it! I saw it on flickr, great theme and great offerings! It's paired so well.

carissa... brown eyed fox said...

what a GREAT idea!
the possibilities are endless yet
so many to chose!
very cool!
great shots... perspectives!
i love how they go so well together!
perfect companions!

i love plum said...

very beautiful...almost like you two were in sync with each other when you both shot these. they go so well together!!! xo

ibeeeg said...

I love that the photos play off each other nicely. Your photo I like for the geometrically interplay of the bricks. Berta's window gives the feeling of simplicity..the window is beautiful.

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