Lost in the details, layer upon layer, here are some Japanese teapots at the Teavanna store in our Holyoke Mall:
and here are the teapots, even more intricately layered, with some reflections thrown in:
We’re taking a DVD class on photography with National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore for the Great Courses. He’s big on mantras that begin running through your head: Good light, good composition, something interesting. Good light, good composition, something interesting.
Well, I don’t know about these shots. I didn’t check out the light, the composition is intuited, and the interest? Simply that I love teapots! So in the end, I don’t know if they suit at all. I just know they suit me. So much so that I can’t decide between them, I love both of my imperfect children.
Do you prefer one to the other, and if so, why? (And how do you feel about teapots?)