Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Project Black: Take Eight

Project Black: Take Eight

Black Candlesticks in a Tudor Kitchen




Project Black--Anna Carson Photography!
Scroll down to see Takes One-Seven!

19 comments:

Robert said...

You really should get extra credit for this. Taking all your Project Black shots on vacation is going above and beyond. And we are all benefiting because of it. Thanks. Once again, a great shot.

Carletta said...

Love the shot!

Flower said...

The camera is your friend!! :))

M.Kate said...

Black is not my fav colour but loving it here !!

Laura said...

Gosh those are very pretty!!!!!

Tracy said...

Terrific photo, Willow! I wonder what sort of stone those candlesticks were made of? hhhmmm...Happy Day ((HUGS))

ellen b. said...

Beautiful shot Willow! So cool and so old...

For The People said...

Love it! I got started a little earlier today. Stop by my place if you get a chance. Have a wwonderful day!

Paul Nichols said...

I agree with all the other comments. Wow! What a neat find! We'd like a set of candlesticks like that.

JC said...

Excellent shot! Love the textures! They stand out wonderfully with that background.

Melanie said...

My oh my those candles are gorgeous! You ought to make cards from this photo! Beautiful mallow in the previous post.

Melanie said...

Latin name is lavateria if you want to look it up in a book. very hardy can stand being cut back.

Bethany Hissong said...

Wow... those are kind of spooky looking!

Britt said...

Love it! Can I make it my desktop background?? (I'm going to be taking a Tudor & Stuart England history class this fall & I'm SO excited!)

Poshyarns said...

I am enjoying your Project Black images and seeing England through your eyes too.

Beatriz said...

Had to stop and admire this one. It's stunning photography. Excellent job, Willow.

Monica said...

I love this picture.

Sara said...

I like this glimpse of genuine Tudor black!

Raven said...

Wonderful shot. I love these. Also enjoyed visiting Two Tree Island and the rest of your travel tour. Thanks for sharing your vacation. Since I'm homebound, I especially enjoy seeing the world through the eyes of others.