Coffee for one

coffee for one

One of the clues last month in the scavenger hunt was “all by myself.” Instead of coming up with a sappy emo pic, I did this. Coffee… for one.

That’s my grandmother’s Noritake china, the Mirano pattern.

Comments

  1. Great contrast with the strong green background from the garden with the shades of the cup colours, very nice indeed 😉
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  2. Love me my coffee in the morning. What a great photo.

    Inspires me to have another cup of coffee and enjoy my morning more!
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  3. mubashar says:

    excellent pic. contrast between shades of cup and garden is beautiful as well as smoke coming out of the cup makes it more more fantabulous.

  4. James Parker says:

    Well i am impressed by the picture.. Look at the smoke that is coming out of the coffee.. Just remind me cold winter nights.. Good work

  5. I like the steam coming off of the coffee. It’s subtle, yet you can clearly see it. Also, thanks for not doing an emo picture, haha.

  6. I can almost smell the coffee…the wafting smoke makes th epicture even more adorable…i like..

  7. nice coffee .yah like coffee so mach

  8. I really like this photograph. It’s really descriptive the way that you used a macro shot on the mug. You’ve really inspired me to try some of my own shots like this one – thanks! 😀

  9. Nice pic. I can smell the coffee…..with some fantasy. It’s almost better than Senseo (it’s dutch) or Nescafe!

  10. I really like that photo – does the cup have any sentimental value? I’m going to go practice my macro shots right now 😀

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