Happy Monday! Take a moment to remember Martin Luther King, Jr. today. I hope you’re having a great start to your week.
Today I wanted to feature a flower that blooms in January. I got a little sidetracked by pretty, tiny bottles, however.
I have a thing for small beautiful bottles. Here is one way I decorated a pretty little bottle even further.
I love the shape of the glass, and how the light plays over the faceted surfaces. I decided to use some simple but lovely tiny bottles on their own to dress up the window sill in our bathroom.
I also decided that I better learn how to really use my DSLR camera, so I checked Scott Kelby’s digital photography book 1 out of the library, and tried playing around with some of his ideas. Shooting in manual is uncharted waters for me, but no time like the present to learn more, right :)
I like how the green beads are backlit, and you can really see the silhouette outlines of the bottles:
Have a super, happy week!
(ps–I appear to have an error in some of the html code that is messing up the appearance of some of the pages on my blog. I’m aware of it, but haven’t been able to track down exactly where the problem is. I hope you’ll bear with me, and I am working to have it figured out soon!)
Do you like tiny bottles, too? How do you use them to decorate? I’d love to hear about it down in the comments, so feel free to stop by and say hi!
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