Sunday, January 20, 2013

project 52 of 2013 | cold

This week's challenge is "cold." I was expecting snow here on Thursday, but it came and went without even a flake (and it's in the 50s this weekend). So my next thought was to try and freeze fruit in an ice cube...but did you know the ice turns cloudy if it's not distilled water?? Science experiment fail. So then in a final act of desperation, I spritzed a flower with water and put it in the ice tray, hoping to get little crystals on the petals, but it just looked wet. Please see exhibit A.



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So my faithful assistant, Husband, decided to make a frozen tropical martini [for me to photograph]. This is about as cold and refreshing as it gets, I think!

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You're probably here from Michele's blog. Now hop over to Nancy's blog and see her "cold" image :)

9 comments:

  1. Haha! I love your back story. BEAUTIFUL colors and images. And I'll take one of those drinks, please. Yum. =)

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  2. I like the way your husband thinks! How sweet of him to make you a drink! Cheers!

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  3. Oh now that is a great take on cold. It looks super yummy!

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  4. Soooooooo funny!!!!! Can I have one?..haha Love them both!!!!

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  5. Well now I like that kind of cold too! :) I really like where your experiments ended up!!

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  6. YESSS!!!! You win!! Wow, you worked hard this week... and funny thing, I just recently learned about the distilled water. I really enjoy your shots this week, great comps and perspective and I really hope you got to enjoy this beautiful drink after such a tough week! ;)

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  7. Oh no ~ to funny!! Well what a great way to show cold! Makes me want to have one now :)

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