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That toothebrush looks how I feel in the morning.
Your work is absolutely super. Brilliant illustrations.
Thanks for the compliment.
these photos are excellent! i love the close up of the fork in the foreground.
Love these photos! You brought out sides we don’t normally see!
KEEP THE VISION!
I love the watch close-up!
I love your view of the details of every day life. Reminds me that there is beauty every where be it big or small.
Really liked the whole series!
I love your everyday life. :)
nice toothbrush shot! :)
Very cool…might try that today as I’m home sick in bed…..
Great photos! Thanks for following Madame Saslow.
Thoughtful. Wonderful post.
Very cool. Very creative.
Awesome!!! Love it!
As long as they’ve been around, this is the first time I’ve ever seen a Euro (I’m American), so this isn’t really an every day (or any day) item for us, here at home. It all depends on where you live. I suspect even the toothbrush might be a foreign object to some people. This post does make you think about the things we all take for granted as being normal, everyday, products, though.
Is that true?(thanks for your comment…)
Yes. We see plenty of dollars, quarters, nickels, dimes, and pennies … no Euros here, though.
I thoroughly love seeing thru new eyes details of articles we take for granted everyday ~thank you Rod, Sincerely Deborah
Clever, interesting, insightful…thank you!!
There is beauty in the mundane. Lovely shots.
Interesting topics to collect … things we take for granted on a daily basis, for sure. :)
very creative and interesting post!
Excellent take on everyday objects! Love the toothbrush one since usually any photo you see of a toothbrush is on an advert and they are all pristine and perfect… yours is clearly used and has character, which in turn makes for a more interesting photograph.
That was my point from this picture! The project had to do with things that people use in their everyday life!so it had to be a used toothbrush!thanks again!!
Very cool post. I so need to do something kind of like this. Thanks for sharing it :)
Details are fabulous. Other bloggers have remarked on the mundane-made-beautiful. I take pictures of stone and wood and so on, for the same reason. Gorgeous patterns, make you look at everything again. Thank you.
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Interesting macros. Thanks for visiting.
Nice set of everyday objects
Great job making everyday items into art!
These are some cool everyday life pictures!
Some great pics here :-)
My favorite kind of art! Every day items turned into something unique! Very creative!
love this! thanks for stopping by turnsofendearment and liking ;)
cheers from an island floating in the Aegean!
Which one?Are you Greek too??
thanks for stopping by turnsofendearment and cheers from an island floating somewhere in the Aegean ;)
Thanks for visiting my blog again. I’m still not sure what to make of the toothbrush so it’s an effective photo. All the best.
Love the fork picture. ^^
Toilet paper has never looked so sexy! Loved this whole set.
Great toothbrush. But as a Mom, its time to get yourself a new one.
HAHAHA the best comment ever!!
loved your documentation of everyday life in photos! thanks for liking my post too. :)
Interesting and informative – I like the way you’ve honed in on the detail! :)
Oh, and thank you for ‘liking’ my Virtual Open Studio #8 on taoofscrumble.wordpress.com
Thank you for Liking my photos and stuff at my website. Appreciate!
My pleasure! great posts!
Thanks for the Follow! :)
Great photos. Beauty really is in the everyday.
These are really unique shots. Thanks so much for your recent like of my post on cool shoes in Bangkok!
Thanks so much for visiting my site and leaving a footprint. This post was fun.
Love the slice-of-life closeups. It’s not enough to stop and smell the roses, you have to actually “pause” and look at them in detail, too!
Very interesting shots. I’ve been taking shots of stuff like weeds and rocks and old boards lately, and this gives me a new idea for perspective. I hadn’t seen a euro for several years either (at least 6 years), so that was an interesting shot. Thanks so much for stopping by, and for the “follow” on my blog!
Most interesting use of focus!
Thank you for following me on “The House of Thoth” blog. Expect more wonderful words and surprises in the coming weeks. Thanks again for ‘liking’ the blog and I hope to see you again. Sincerely, LA Edwards
Aweseme, especially the watch.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out CTB :)
I want your watch! A very intriguing series, for sure.
Thank you, too, for visiting and liking my current post on “I Shutter At The Thought!”.
I feel like I just walked through the day with you. Very cool.
Loved your everyday shots. Really cool!
Ruth from At Home on the Road
A bit like Van G painting his bedroom only more so
this is a beautiful post!
Love pictures that make us seethe beauty in everyday objects. Thankyou for showing the beauty in our world.
Thank you for passing by and the like :)
Thanks for stopping in and reading; really great work here – J .
Love, love, love your pictures. And thanks for checking out my blog…..www.butchwife.com
My hole day just flashed by me as I watched each picture , thank you, what a post!!
Thank you so much!!
This reminds me of The Kinks Soap Opera. Very nice work and images.
Great photos of everyday stuff! :)
Thanks for visiting my Journal and ‘liking’ my stuff… your visits are greatly appreciated!
Thanks for dropping in – appreciate! Interesting pics!
Very interesting to see that no matter where you are, the daily routine is largely the same for everyone. Thanks for posting!
Wonderful idea and series
Bruce and I thank you for liking our blog The Two Bruces. We are enjoying yours as well. Keep up the good work.
Bruce and Bruce
Thank you both!!Have a nice day!!
Very cool idea.
Thanks for liking the photo of a security sign about snow globes. I feel honored, particularly when I see your wonderful photographs…
Thank you for dropping ny my site and the like. These pics are amazing. I love them!
Just looked at my beloved paintbrush in a whole new way. While I often sing it’s praises, I never realized just how physically beautiful it is. Thank you for sharing your vision- (also for stopping by my blog and the like.)
I love the closeups of everyday things. Great photos!
i am fascinated with the toothbrush
Excellent photos what a great idea. I am a follower of your blog now. cheers Judy
Great detail and composition. Intriguing post.
Makes you appreciate the detail of life. Nice post! jane
Wow, these are great shots! Thanks for checking out my blog. I’m following yours now :)
Love your photo “take” on everyday life. And thanks for the like on my blog post.
Interesting pictures! Keep up the good work
The euro? Every time I see one, I can only think of a trip to Venicia Italy and having to fork over a euro just to to use a restroom. I hope they don’t do this in Greece. It can be a painful experience. I don’t travel enough! Have fun!
really??No it’s not like that here in Greece!
These are really nice…:)
what a clever idea! talk about living mindfully!! Thanks for liking my rather silly post about eating my way through New Jersey etc….and for bringing me here. Will be exploring further for sure.
with love light and JOY
Creative photography – very nice! (Thanks for visiting my blog)
Nicely done. I look forward to more photos illuminating the everyday in a new way.
(and thanks for visiting my writing blog btw.) OK I think I’ve unintentionally rhymed day too many times now, so I’ll go. Cheers! rita
Very original approach and well done. I’m now going to be looking at things around the house differently.
Love this series!
it’s the little things that matter most. What was it William Carlos said: “so much depends upon. a red wheel barrow. glazed with rain water. beside the white chickens “
Very cool photos. I too had never seen a euro! The last time I was in europe they were still using pounds and liras and francs. LOL! Just kidding! Thanks so much for following Opie’s Mom’s blog
Great post! Isn’t it a shame that Facebook has become one of the necessities of “everyday life”? What a world….
Indeed but..I think that my necessitie right now is WordPress..:P..
You make everyday life look anything but ordinary! Photoblogging is a rather new concept for me. I like it. Thanks for following my blog.
i love the toothbrush, too, but all your pictures are great. it´s kind of a wonderful but strange feeling to see something i´ve been looking at all these years, up close. i´m very fond of this toothbrush! very cool photographs. all your pictures evoked an emotion. nice!
Daily routine chronicled in pics, very creative.
Something about that toothbrush is fascinating … kudos for even thinking to take shots like this, and then doing it so well!
Great photos. Who would think such normal items would be so interesting?
Cool photos of unusual subjects. I especially like the watch pic.
love the idea of capturing things we use or see everyday! Great concept!
Amazing. The things we take for granted in its close-up splendour. I love!
Some very nice shots of things used every day. :) I really like it.
Thanks for visiting my blog “arnnarn.com” and liking the “Musings…” post. Hope you come back soon. I like your take on the small things in our lives we all too often overlook.
Very cool pictures – nicely thought, nicely seen.
Clever! I really liked this.
thanks for liking my post on `Tori gatesss`…now I am embarrassed :) my photos were a fry cry from what i see here
AWESOME!! My sister’s toothbrush looks like this – even after she has used it for two days! Now would a NEW toothbrush make half as good a photo? I don’t think so. You have a wonderful eye. Thanks for popping by my blog and cheers!
Nice series, sometimes the mundane gets missed and if we open our eyes and our minds there is inspiration all around. Very cool :)
Nice thinking outside the box, beautiful shots. Thank you for stopping by my blog.
Your amazing close ups put emphasis on the mundane….putting the things that drive us crazy in the perspective they belong. Someone wise once said, Don’t sweat the small stuff…it’s all small stuff. If only I could remember this when I am driving myself crazy. Great Photos!
Fun to look at someone’s “everyday”. Thanks for posting these wonderful photos! What car gores with the gear shift? Looks like my old VW bug.
No no..it’s a Citroen Xsara!
Very kind of you to visit “My LIfe in Hard Times”, Aging Queen. Appreciate the “like” and hope to welcome you aboard again.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I think you are the first. Your blog is awesome.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I think you are the first to do so. Your blog is awesome.
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Images speak louder than words – how important it is to take a moment to stop and notice what is around us. Thanks for the photos, and for visiting my blog too.
Nice shots…do you use a dedicated macro lens or another technique? Thanks for visiting my blog!
interesting close ups. did you shoot that way or crop later?
I shot them that way!!
I have often thought about taking photos of my everyday life but had not envisaged such detail. I enjoyed the focus and use of light in your photos.
clever idea! Have fun Great shots!
love the toothbrush
Just this morning I was contemplating taking pictures of everyday things. Then you “liked” something on my site and I came to your blog. Wow! You have done beautifully just what I was thinking. I think I will leave photographing everyday things to you. :o)
I love the fact you can sum up a day with no words! Cheers
Nice pictures. The pictures seem to convey that ordinary things can actually be great if you look at them from a different perspective.
Thanks for visiting my son’s blog.
The Euro!!!! Heavies my coin purse….:)
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Check out these everyday life photographs!
Every day, in macro … love it!
Thanks for visiting my blog. I really appreciate it!
this was cool enjoyed every shot thank u
That was totally an art trip. I’m amazed at the progression, how the sequence of images formed the structure of a story. And I thought putting facebook in there was brilliant, as the representative of the most modern tool. And the ending, the consolidation of oneness, the circle, culminating in the 1 in “1 euro” and money is the ultimate tool?
these are so great!
Hi, and thanks for the ‘Like’ on my latest blog post :-)
I’ll never look at the splayed bristles of my toothbrush in quite the same way again! Very nice pix.
That toothbrush pic really drew me in! Nicely done.
Great shots! The one of the toilet paper would make a nice ad. Thanks for stopping by my blog – it’s nice to meet u!
Love it, love it, love it! The photos of the dripping faucet and toilet paper take my breath away. Nothing like looking at everyday objects with new eyes. Thanks so much!
Awesome– love the stick shift
Great photos! Thanks for the like on my blog post Kidnapped..would love it if you had a photo that could be added to it.
This is sharp, R. You have given us a set of images that could easily be titled: A Day in the Life…
I’m with orples, have never seen a euro. Looks about the size of a US quarter.
Good job. Many Blessings – Maxi
thank you Maxi!
Awesome, love your perspective ! Thanks for the like on my post :) x
Love your visual diary of mundane rituals….
Cool photos! :D
cleanness and good health is very important and we don’t have much time to fix the problems of hygiene.
This is what I see when I take out my contacts. Very up close.
ahhh, what few people really ever see, the “true things” in life !
Thank you for brightening my day!
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Interesting how looking at something a new way makes one feel happy! Thanks for opening my eyes to the beauty in the everyday.
Great way to chronicle the day. Loved it. Thanks for visiting http://blackinlatinamerica.wordpress.com/2012/06/28/sunday-in-qingdao-china/. Being able to shot the weddings was a once in a lifetime adventure for me. After seeing your work, I appreciate your “like” even more.
Great stuff! Love the close up of the watch!
Truly unique. Makes you look at things in a very different way. Clever indeed.
Cool pics. Funny how we can all relate to the simplest pictures. Thanks for liking my blog.
Hey thanks for your like!
cool! thanks for visiting my blog :-)
Dude, awesome photography!! Big fan already!! Keep posting super pix!!! Simply loved the water tap image!! hats off!!
Very nice photos.. Keep it up! ;)
Thanks for visiting my site!
Awesome idea! That really inspired me, and thanks for stopping by and liking my post (:
Love your photos. They certainly represent truth and mindfulness. Keep going!
nice photos love how you have captured the routine of daily life. including the one with the tooth brush keep it up mate.
your viewpoint makes life a biit bigger and more interesting
I especially like the water tap. And the toothbrush, I suppose.
The water tap was interesting – how long did you have to wait to get that one? The series goes to show that just looking at things from a different perspective can change the details. I noticed the manufacturing/daily usage markings on the fork but on a day to day basis I don’t see them.
Nice photos. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Cheers, Rita
Man, that really is everyday life; very cool! By the way, it’s time for a new toothbrush.
haha thanks for the notice…I have already change it..
Simplicity of everyday life is beautiful. And the toothbrush ;)
Thanks for stopping by my blog. And thank you for these unique photos. The simplicity seen through a different set of eyes…love them!
Very refreshing images. Thank you for starting my day off right! It’s nice to see that the everyday things we touch look the same around the world. You’ve captured universality in these everyday objects!
Loving the theme Pause. I’m located in the States, but just got back from a holiday in Spain. The shot of the Euro brought back a flash of fun memories!
Love you images! Thanks for the like again!
That coin looks like Canadian coinage. Great shots!!
Thank you Mr. John
I like the euro pic…and others. thanks for creating, and thanks for visiting my blog and liking. likewise.
Up close and often … I like it!
simply unique…i love it! : )
i m in love with you
You have such neat photos! Also thanks for visiting and ‘Liking’ my work!
Clever! Enjoyed looking at this series.
Unique, humorous and artistic. You have a future in photo/writing! thanks for reading my
everyday mind drift!
I love the effective use of the macro lense. It was first introduced to me by my wife, a photographer herself, a few years back. It gives a nice abstract look to everyday objects if used properly. Great job!
Nice series, a great idea for photo inspiration :)
wow….this depicts that pictures could mean more than words…!!! Superb !
And thanks for liking my post :-)
Love the gear shift. But, then, I love sports car driving.
came to say thanks for liking my blogs and fell in love with this post.. lovely captures all if them
Thanks for stopping by and the like. I do enjoy seeing good photography. of which you have.
Thank`s for visiting my blog. It`s amazing what you can photograph. I tend to snap at anything with my cameras and people think it`s strange but I enjoy it.
Thanks for visiting my blog. It is nice to find a new photography blog to enjoy.
Hi pause, I like these pictures! If you get any quicker liking my posts, you’ll be liking them before they’re posted – thanks very much for the thought! FATman
Interesting perspective on everyday objects – I like it.
life in the macro…very cool…….i adjust my perspective from much farther away…lol…thx for stopping by jwesthardin novels…..
Capturing The Ordinary can be Beautiful . I love close up.
PS. Thanks for dropping by too
I just nominated you for the Liebster Award.
Thank you so much!!I apreciate it..!!:)
I don’t even know how I stopped up here, but I believed this publish was good. I don’t understand who you are but certainly you’re going to a famous blogger in case you are not already. Cheers!
Thank you so much I hope I will be..one day..:)
Since the admin of this web page is working, no hesitation very shortly it will be famous, due to its feature contents.
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