I found myself with some extra time last Monday, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  My in-laws were here, and so was my husband who had no work that day.  I used my little vacation to play with the camera.  Since it is the middle of winter and there are hardly any pretty things to photograph outdoors (and for the first time in many days, there was sunlight), I brought  some pretty little things I have   outdoors  and  took pictures of them in all sorts of places.

I paired my red glass beads with rocks and tree stumps, among others, pearls with teapots and dead flowers, and teapots with the elements, among others.   Here are some interesting / silly (whichever way one looks at it) 🙂  results.

Pearl on a Teapot
This is how Mrs. Pots would have looked like if she wore pearls. ;-0

Glass and wood Glass on rock Pearls and Hydrangea Tea in the water Teapot and Leaves Teapot and Creamer

I hope you had fun looking at the pictures as I had fun taking them.  🙂 Thank you for coming by.


31 thoughts on “WPC: JUXTAPOSITION

    1. Thanks, Divya. 🙂 I got the pearls from the Philippines. Pearls (of all sorts) abound in the Philippines. There is a place in Metro Manila where you can get pearls and lots and lots of them for a reasonable price.
      The red one is a costume jewelry that I got for Christmas. It does look lovely. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Diane. 🙂 It was an experiment to relieve the rather dull winter scenery. It was fun to have this kind of play every once in awhile.

    1. Thanks, Janice. 🙂 I appreciate your feedback. Somehow, I was thinking if the pairing would work. I felt a little odd putting the teapots in the water. 🙂

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