Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Chai

Went to Starbucks today to get some work done for school. There were a couple of other photos I wanted to post but B wouldn't let me so they are on my leftover page. It was a difficult math day. I did have fun with the macro setting tho!

You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.
~C.S. Lewis

9 comments:

jeff said...
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jeff said...

Sorry, I am having trouble posting....9 megapixels and a true macro. I have always like fuji's fixed lens cameras. This seems like a nice one. Are you enjoying it? I have to go get some chai now...is Starbucks still open at 11?

Sandie said...

Great picture! I love the composition and angles. I am jealous of the camera too :)

Colleen said...

Is anyone getting tired of hearing me gush about creative talents revealed in these photo blogs?! I can't stop ~ the photos are just too good. I'd never think to use an angle like this, but it looks great. I don't think I could get this close, either, even with my macro mode...

my15minutes said...

I always enjoy your choice of subject matter. A little quirky and fun, and very attuned to a 'story' going on. These last two fit into that description to me, even though they are just simple objects. Have fun with the new camera...is this a wave of new cameras going on? You, Carol,....who else? Maybe once we all start taking photos we'll all start to realize how much we need really good equipment!

Dalissa 365 said...

MMM... Chai tea latte. Like the use of your macro function.

Natalia said...

How do you do it? the quotes I mean. How do you find the quote to fit the picture? I love it.

Natalia

Margaret said...

I really like that quote! Sounds like a great day to me--a book and tea (chai or otherwise).

julieunplugged said...

Is this with your little new camera? I love it.

Margaret was saying on Wed. night that she's fascinated with close ups. I've been noticing big, far away things.

I love this close-up of the Starbucks with the little Christmas wrap which will change shortly.