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Knit 1 drop 1

By helenlinda
Thanks for the comments on yesterdays images, I really appreciated them.
I continue to find a great source for photos in the process of clearing my parents home.
Amongst the many knitting needles that my Mum had kept, were a range of coloured plastic ones.
I've enjoyed taking some photos of them before I pass them on.
I have also enjoyed trying out some different effects.
Thanks for looking
Helen

Tags: Photo journalism Plastic General Abstract Colourful Specialist and abstract May 08 Mums needles

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Comments


pascalg Plus
13 37 1 France
10 May 2008 8:59AM
nicely presented Smile
like the effect in #2...
nickyv32 Plus
13 135 England
10 May 2008 9:25AM
Great line up. If it was me trying to knit I would be dropping one all of the time, No 1 for me, love the colours.

Nicky
10 May 2008 9:32AM
i love knitting, i'm not that great, i can maybe do a scarf!! this is lovely. brilliant colours. it has a great abstract look. ihave never seen such wonderful knitiing needles.
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
10 May 2008 9:34AM
Very well composed and presented. Carol
luxaeternam 13 21 1
10 May 2008 11:53AM
I love the arrangement. How many cardigans and scarves did she once make for you with those, I wonder?
Smile Lucy
MickyMc 13 8 United Kingdom
10 May 2008 1:07PM
What a great idea and a nice memory for you too
Mavis
proz 16 205 United States
10 May 2008 1:37PM
great abstract image.
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
10 May 2008 2:02PM
Would love to be the recipient of those needles-- love how you have arranged them!


Jennnnn
TyChee Plus
15 275 1 United States
10 May 2008 2:14PM
Creative capture.
Ty
jaktis 16 84 Sweden
10 May 2008 2:35PM
Beautiful arrangement off the needles

Peter
mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.3k 2281 United Kingdom
10 May 2008 2:59PM
Takes me back... I never really had the patience for knitting but used to make an effort. My preference is for v2, it enhances the lines and slight curve of the needles.
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
14 34 76 United Kingdom
10 May 2008 3:29PM
These are all lovely, I can't express a preference. I have been swapping from version to version enjoying the changes made to the tiny highlights by your various manipulations.
Bill
10 May 2008 5:05PM
V 1 and 4 for me, a great image.
Christine
ChristineL 15 39 United Kingdom
10 May 2008 5:09PM
V2 for me Helen.
Drop more than one when I did it Smile,
Chris.
whiteswan01 12 13 England
10 May 2008 6:06PM
great effects really abstract Dawn
akw 13 341 3 England
10 May 2008 6:07PM
Nice close up prefer version 1
alan
10 May 2008 7:48PM
superb colours

Graeme
SKavanagh 13 312 5 England
10 May 2008 7:53PM
Excellent shot Helen
Steve
delboy1145 Plus
12 30 10 England
10 May 2008 8:01PM
orginal idea
Dave
derekv 13 3 England
10 May 2008 10:24PM
Great idea, Helen, well carried out, love the different effects of 2 & 3.
Derek
digiray63 13 4 United Kingdom
10 May 2008 10:29PM
Nice work Helen.
Ray
Brilane 14 5 12 Wales
11 May 2008 12:51AM
Lovely pictures, I think that I prefer vers.1, mainly because of the fine detail shown. I shall have to practise some similar shots with my S9600, which I seem to have neglected lately.
Brian
mikbee 13 3 8 Scotland
11 May 2008 3:08AM
A super take of my least favoured material--PLASTIC.You have made it look interesting here.And that is the original version too.Perhaps I should view it in a new light now.
Mick.
photophantom 12 108 3 Philippines
11 May 2008 11:51AM
Very creative Helen.
Dennis
rangerpaul 13 19 7 England
12 May 2008 7:24PM
Very nicely arranged shot.
Paul
Bodiewil 13 46 Wales
12 May 2008 9:55PM
Wonderful series of work

Dave
15 May 2008 8:31AM
It makes a fab abstract image
Charlotte
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 16 England
29 Oct 2008 1:42PM
A great abstract and set up, and very colourful, too. Super, Helen.
TrevB Smile
helenlinda Plus
13 367 22 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2008 10:56PM
Thanks everyone and to Trevor for his recent comment

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