Saturday, January 10, 2009

Round Robin Photo Challenge -- Camera Resolutions












For this Round Robin Photo Challenge, we were to come up with our own theme for the Challenge plus furnish two more for use as themes by the group in the coming year. My theme for this challenge is "Favorite Jewelry", and my photo is of my pearls on satin, which is one of my favorites -- not only favorite jewelry, but favorite photo. The pearls were given to me in the early 1980's by my late husband, Steve, at a time when I was feeling depressed, and they have always meant a great deal to me.

My theme ideas for later challenges are "My vehicle of choice" and "Winter meets spring."

To find the linking list for the other participants in the Round Robin Challenge, go here. It will be fun to see all of the ideas everyone has come up with!

9 comments:

splummer said...

Hi!
Great Ideas!! I really like the Winter meets Spring! Can't wait for Spring to get here! Have a great week-end!!

Sherrie

Family Affair Photography said...

I can't wait for Winter meets Spring - good suggestion.

Love how you photographed the pearls, beautiful.

Monica

Marina said...

Great themes. I like "winter meets spring" the most.
happy weekend

marina@milepebbles

Carly said...

Hi Suzanne :)

Wonderful ideas! The Jewelry idea intrigues me a good bit! I have a nice collection of pins I wouldn't mind photographing. It's always fun to see how the light plays off things. :) Well done!

Always, Carly

By the way, my Word Verification Word this time around is "Pressed." LOL. I always like it when it comes up with a real word. :)

Steven said...

Pretty pearls. I too like winter meets spring. So soon and yet so far away!

Linda said...

How beautiful---and what a sweet sentiment.

Karen Funk Blocher said...

Three very good, very visual ideas, and I like the pearls on satin very much. Thanks!

Gattina said...

Good ideas ! I would like "Jewlery" I have quite a lot !

Nancy said...

You got that so sparkly! (Did ya clean it for the shoot? lol)

Nice ideas too...


Nancy