Don’t these cherries look delicious?!
It’s photos like this that make me really take note of the tools used in styling imagery; mixing textures, using different patterns etc.
This is such a lovely autumnal themed floral style arrangement! The colours are absolutely glorious.
I’ve included this because I love Tricia’s dining room and this apple pie looks delicious!
A bowl of vintage notions is absolutely perfect, everywhere and in every way! I long for a garden full of beautiful roses.
Im sure those in the southern hemisphere are glad for spring to arrive! Lots of beautiful sunshine and delicious fruit. I can’t even imagine life where christmas is in the sunshine. It’s not normal for me!
I also can’t imagine a life where autumn isn’t full of these beautiful colours and pumpkins a plenty!
I have never had a cherry pie in my life but now I want several. I also want to go searching for some vintage stripe linens!
oooh cherries at christmas! And some beautiful white chocolate snowflakes. How delicate and pretty for the season!
Oh I do love grapefruit! And you all know how much I love flowers. The wood is absolutely gorgeous too. The mixture of pattern and texture really makes this image perfect.
Again, mixing textures with the fabric and the frayed edges along with the wood and delicate flowers chunky skeleton key. Gorgeous!
How beautiful are these roses? Again.. I need a garden full of flowers. I would take so many photos! Unfortunately my house mate is allergic. So I don’t have as many flowers in my life as I would like!
Feeling nautical? How very pretty indeed! There is a bit of a warmer tone to this image but I believe this is before Tricia started shooting in Raw on her digital slr, which enables her to fix the whites in her images. There have been a few photo tips discussed on A Rosy Note back in the 2011 posts. You can see how Tricia’s photography has changed over the last few years on her blog. The phrase “practice makes perfect” has never been so apt.