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The Tuesday Inspiration: Tea

  • Posted Feb. 2, 2010 by Helen in Food. Viewed 3808 times

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CathyB set the theme for today??s photo ?? tea. As a non-tea drinker I was seriously short of inspiration ?? we don??t even have a teapot in the house! However, I chose my cup carefully, made a cup of tea and waited for inspiration to strike. I??m not sure this shot has huge artistic merits but it??s the best of the bunch I took. I??m looking forward to seeing everyone else??s contributions to the theme to see what else can be done with a cup of tea!

Moira [photoblog.com]
Stefan [photoblog.com]
Cathy [photoblog.com]
Nellinka [photoblog.com]
Heather [photoblog.com]

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    • # Artbee

      Valentine's day is right around the corner, the red fits right in! I like it!

      2010.02.05 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Mary

      The red looks fabulous! I find that a difficult color to photograph.

      2010.02.03 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Eiram

      I guess you put milk in your tea?
      I LOVE tea..but no milk for me please LOL

      2010.02.03 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # John Wright

      It is a nicely made shot. As for artistic value, well at least the value of Kertesz's fork and plate.

      2010.02.03 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Heather

      wonderful..I like the little bubbles and great color. Mine is coming...just got home.

      2010.02.02 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Stefan Fletcher

      Now we've started the ball rolling. Ripples with travel across the web talking about tea. Even so, I like the composition and colouring of your post, just as I've been intrigued by the differences we've all shown. Isn't this fun!

      2010.02.02 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Moira

      Yes the tea looks rather strong , you can't beat a Scottish cup of tea for flavour we have the soft water to help. I tend to stick to cappucino here or espresso coffee.
      Love the shot though .

      2010.02.02 Edited Reply Cancel