Still Life: Chinese Tea Tin

All the items in this still life have sentimental value for me: the leather bowling bag, stiff with age, bought from an old second-hand store in the Natal Midlands. An inherited lace handkerchief, an antique wooden sewing box made by my grandfather and a Chinese tea tin with beautiful colours. The green prickly things were found and gingerly carried back home after an autumn walk with my kids.

dressed by style 1

dressed by style 2

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photography by me

x Megan

2 thoughts on “Still Life: Chinese Tea Tin

  1. Eden {Recipes for the Good Life}

    Your description of why the objects had meaning really brought me into the still life. The second of the three photos is my favorite. I love the focus on the tea canister and the contrast in sharpness between the green lily leaves and the soft focus on the green prickly things.

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  2. dressed by style

    Thanks Eden. I really enjoy choosing special items, setting them up, and then hopefully capturing it in a decent shot! Still trying to get my aperture settings to behave!

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