Friday, May 27, 2011

Food for soul and body






Olin niin lukevinani että Rosy Note haasteena on ruoka ja aloin tutkiin mitäs kaapista löytyis jotta saatais ruokaa kuvattua. Ei siellä paljon ollut kun huono emäntä ei ole käynyt kaupassa. Sain spruutattua kivan kuvan, tehtyä fotarireseptin ja kaiken kunnes älysin että olin kuvannut jotain vanhaa aihetta...argh, aiheenahan on kukat. Ei se mitään, vapaapäivähän tässä on joten kuvataan lisää:) Laitan nyt sen ruuankin tähän kun kerran tuli tehtyä.
Ihanaa viikonloppua ihmiset.

I thought I read from Rosy Note that the suggested theme was food and started to look what do I have in my cabinets...hmm not much but I managed with those. I shooted pretty nice food picture, edited it and make a recipe from editing and THEN I notice the theme was flowers....ARGHH. Okey I have day off so I shooted a second time for this morning and this time flowers, luckily I had some ranunculus. I post also the food shot cause I did it and don't want waste it:)
Have a nice weekend folks.

posted:
Photo Feature Friday
Fabulous Friday Challenge

28 comments:

  1. Beautiful - maybe I get the time to play with some actions this weekend..! :-)

    Have a great Friday! :-)

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  2. I thought the onions and roses was an interesting combination! Well done!

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  3. Lovely photos! Ranunculus is my favorite flower. I planted many white and pink ranunculus bulbs this spring and am waiting for them to bloom now.

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  4. Very nice work. I like that you sowed the Photoshop steps.

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  5. Your pictures always amaze me. So beautiful ones.
    Have a nice weekend Henrietta.

    P.S: My holidays in Finland with my parents is almost planned. Thanks for your help.

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  6. So creative! And, the tones are amazing.

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  7. Love them both! Thank you for the info! You are such a joy!

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  8. These are beautiful. The light is so pretty.

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  9. Ha! That is very funny. Well your flower photo was worth taking, it is beautiful!

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  10. Herkulliset yhdessä, tosin en söisi kukkaa, kun en usko sen olevan syötävä ;-) Mutta kuvana hauska ja kaunis ja hienosävyinen =)

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  11. Sorry you had to start over with the project, but save it for another day! I'll bet she has one for food soon.

    The Ranunculus are lovely. You processed them so beautifully.

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  12. Henrietta...you make even an onion look dreamy!!! I must admit, however, that the photo of the ranunculus is just out-of-this-world-dreamy!

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  13. Henrietta, your photos amaze me. Each one is a work of art. Wow. I always enjoy and am never disappointed stopping by.

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  14. I wouldn't have guessed that you'd added a gaussion blur layer... good to know & I appreciate the tutorial! Thanks! =)

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  15. You even make noodles look beautiful!

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  16. Fabulous and thank you for sharing!

    Janet

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  17. You did a wonderful job, both images are beautiful. Thanks for the tutorials! This is one blog that I will certainly visit again :)

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  18. Henrietta's artworks for soul and eye!!!

    thanks and happy day,
    elena

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  19. Silmänruokaa ja hieman vatsallekin :-) Valkoinen Ranunculus on niin yksi suosikkini, niin kaunis.

    Hyvät viikonloput täältä sateen & tuulen keskeltä. Minne se kesä hävisi?

    t. Katja

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  20. Ihana Kurre orava tuolla alakuvissa! :-D

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  21. Oh I love your textured shots - it must take you forever to do them....... it does for me hence the reason you don't see many of them! Great to see your workflow aswell Henrietta.

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  22. Both photos are so gorgeous Henrietta! I love how the first one is so soft and dreamy and how the second has such interesting light and texture. Thanks for sharing your post at Photo Feature Friday!

    ~tricia

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  23. I live in the south of Sweden - in Linköping - but I´m born way up in the north so I´m definately used to very cold winters and short summers. :-)

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  24. Ihania kuvia! Molemmissa kuvissa on sitä jotain.

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  25. Onions, noodles and blossoms - who'd have thought that could be such a lovely combination!

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