My Year in Photos 2012
Here is Ms. Stella Mozzarella in our morning routine during the nicer weather. Tea with my girl in the yard. I didn’t love the shot taken with my iPhone, so I did a lomo effect on it.
the LOMO underlines how beautiful may be the life for Ms Stella Mozzarella
I love this! The view from the cup to Stella makes me feel I am sitting at the table with Ms Mozzarella.
just don’t sit in “her” chair 🙂
Love it! What a wonderful morning routine!!
This looks kind of Alice-in-Wonderland-y, with the giant cup and cat’s face, peeking over the rim of the table. Very cool image.
Great processing choice. Plus, I really like the wY the cup is emphasized in the foreground. Stella really looks like she’s waiting for her cup of tea.
That shot really tells a story. And, I like the lomo processing for it. Actually, I almost always like the lomo.
A framer in my opinion…unique and so catchy!
This is my favorite image of yours! Ms. Stella is in a perfect pose, and I love how the chair fits her so well. Just the head! The cup off to the side tells us you are both enjoying a conversation together. Probably about mustard or something.
Just a great image… but I think you’re being ignored for whatever feathered creature in a tree has captured Stella’s attention.
Your composition is great. The pose Stella chose is priceless!
This is such a great composition…and the processing is perfect for it!
Guess it’s a cat’s life! The Lomo effect gives works really well on this image.
What is she looking at? I love this and the effect.
lovely, she seems saying “how long will I have to wait fo my goodies”
LOVE this composition!
Amusing and just a tad surreal…
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