Glass Balls by helanker ()
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This glass balls are partly from my parents and partly from my uncle. I love them all. The rope work was made by my father and my Uncle (his brother) I posted one of the shots years back, but because I am in lack of interesting shots and I was searching among my files after fun shots to MIX for a digital image, I stumbled over this shot and thought it was worth posting alone. Hope you like it too. :)
Have a beautiful day/evening.
We have had a pretty dull weather with quiet rain all day. Well....We went out shopping and stopped at a restaurant for lunch. Not bad :)
Thank you very much for viewing and commenting. :)
Image Comments (18)
magnus073 () 12:21PM | Tue, 19 November 2013
Helle, they look absolutely wonderful and remind me of some I used to see in San Miguel
durleybeachbum () 12:23PM | Tue, 19 November 2013
I just have two green ones which float on my pond. How good that these all have such a family connection for you, Helle!
Cyve () 12:23PM | Tue, 19 November 2013
Superbe capture et marvelous image.... Fantastic colors also !
jayfar () 1:04PM | Tue, 19 November 2013
Some very interesting string/rope work here Helle and the glass balls are beautiful.
Rob2753 () 2:11PM | Tue, 19 November 2013
wow beautiful Helle, and as for the rope work your father and uncle were very talented ! a lovely shot indeed :)
auntietk () 2:34PM | Tue, 19 November 2013
They're beautiful! You know how much I love glass, and the network your father and uncle did is just gorgeous. This is wonderful!
PHELINAS () 12:20AM | Wed, 20 November 2013
Splendid composition Helle with these ballcocks of fishing net .Beautiful harmony of colors! Congratulations
dochtersions () 11:33AM | Fri, 22 November 2013
Amazing, what I see here, Helle. And it is such great with the story behind it. The colors are so beautiful and so lovely the handwork (like macramé) of your father and uncle are too. It looks a bit of a fractal, my friend.