Thursday, May 20, 2010

You Capture: Depth of Field

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These are pictures I took last year at our local farmers market.  We were at the market that day to buy cucumbers for making pickles.  I can't wait to start going to the market again! 
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I'm excited to be linking up to You Capture @ I should be Folding Laundry for the first time!
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22 comments:

Anjie said...

These are beautiful! I love the one with the tomatoes, they look delicious!

magnoliatreephotography.com said...

Lovely! I can't wait to see more of your shares!

Jen said...

What kind of camera do you have friend?? You take beautiful pics!!

Wendy said...

Great pictures and looks like a great farmers market!!
Wendy

Anna said...

such pretty pictures. My kids love the farmers market we go to! love love it.

Rebekah said...

Alissa, some people just have "it". You know, that thing called an imagination? You see things differently and WOW! is what happens.

Bec said...

Nice job- welcome to You Capture!

HVHampers said...

Talking about depth of field- adds such texture and almost 3D quality that the image is almost there to be touched. Great design and well thought out. Thanks./

Jen said...

Yummy photos! I love the farmers market too. Something very quaint and friendly feeling about people buying veges and flowers from local gardeners!
Happy Weekend!
:) Jen

I recently had a chance to read some of your older posts...love the vacation photos. Dreamy!

.simply.life. said...

Yum!!!! Beautiful photos :)

Emily {Frilly Details} said...

Beautiful photos Alissa! Narrow depth of field photos are my favorite. It looks like you have a fantastic farmers market. Ah, summer...

Nancy said...

Alissa your pictures are so beautiful and your pickles look delicious. I'm thinking I need to find out where some of my farmer's markets around here are.

Cathy said...

Great pictures Alissa. I really feel like a salad now!

Adventures of a CrAzY LaDy! said...

I love these pictures! They look fantastic :) I'm glad you enjoyed the blog about your wonderful blog ;) I got a lot of responses from it - many people think you're fabulous just like I do!

Dayka (Life +Style) said...

have i told you i love your photography? i do! your photos make everything look good enough to eat!

Rene @ cottage and vine said...

Those images are all so vibrant and yummy. Makes me want to go to the farmer's market this morning.

Enjoy your weekend.

Kim said...

Picklers! Those are my most favoritest cukes ever. Have them planted in my garden this year. Hope they take off.

Great pix!

Boomer Pie said...

It's always a treat to see such great photos of everyday, common, ordinary things done in an extraordinary way. Nice job! You got a new follower...me. Stop by my place and I promise...no rotten cukes. http://www.boomerpie.com/

Olivia~ said...

Wow! Very cool pictures! Love it~
hugs,
Olivia

leigh said...

I discovered your Blog over at the You Capture link up. I wanted to tell you about The Happiness Project over at my Blog. It’s simple, every Tuesday you just post a photo of something that makes you wildly happy. It’s been so rewarding to meditate each week on what brings me happiness. I would like to invite you to join and link up to Mr. Linky. I am trying to take over the Blogosphere with happiness!

Here is a link to last weeks round up if you want to check it out!

http://leighvslaundry.blogspot.com/2010/05/happiness-project-week-12.html

Rustique Gal said...

What beautiful photos!!! You make me hungry. Summer is on it's way, and the markets are opening-Enjoy!
Sherry

Christy said...

I'm planning on heading to the market this weekend, and this got my excited to go 'see' what's out there! Wonderful pictures!!

 

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