Wednesday, 19 June 2013


Curvaceous is a lovely, tactile, exciting word.   Carmi wants our photos to illustrate the curves in this world!   

I came up with the following:-

My favourite glass ball, a fisherman's float, rescued from a remote beach on the Isle of Skye way back in the 1060's

Christmas decorations displayed for sale

A lemon!

A very heavy thick glass bowl.   Very curvaceous and wonderful to touch.

Artichokes - the globe variety, at a market in Spain

Buttons from my button jar.


Michèle Dextras said...

The thick glass bowl is wonderful. Glass is so cold to the touch normally and this looks warm and inviting! Love the artichoke. Thank you.

Max Sartin said...

The closeup of the lemon is cool, and I like the fisherman's float too.

Lisa Shafer said...

I like the float the best (but I assume you mean the 1960s, rather than before the Norman invasion). The ornaments are awesome, too.

Alexia said...

A lovely selection of curves. I have a fisherman's float too, stuck out in the shed! This photo inspires me to get it out and polish it up. Thank you Gilly :)

The heavy glass bowl is beautiful too.

Bob Scotney said...

The fisherman's float is a beautiful object. I have assumed that the reflections are from its surrounds - or do you have some plants inside?

Jess Brady said...

Beautiful shots, Gilly! I think my favourites are the fisherman's float (how neat is that?!) and the glass bowl (the colours are beautiful).

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I would save that float forever, too!