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exposure Plus
13 5.5k England
12 Dec 2012 9:34PM
Beautiful light & composition.

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tomcat 12 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2012 9:37PM
Like the way the thumb of the glove, is touching the can handle

rambler Plus
9 950 16 England
12 Dec 2012 9:47PM
Another superb still life that you have brought a vibrancy to by the composition and subtle lighting.

senn Plus
6 5 1 Belgium
12 Dec 2012 10:15PM
one your bests I admired so far .. a very great light using
AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
12 Dec 2012 10:54PM
Works a treat - beautiful lighting. Interesting isn't it how you think it looks good they way you've arranged it, and then when you look through the viewfinder you need to change things again.

Richsr 10 91 223 England
12 Dec 2012 10:55PM
Works for me.
Irishkate Plus
7 41 113 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2012 12:37AM
The glove was the winning touch.
Yet again what looks haphazard,
has taken great skill to put together.
A girl who knows her marrows.
Andysnapper 9 109 25 England
13 Dec 2012 6:44AM
An excellently composed still life. I like it a lot.

bobsblues 8 10 2 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2012 7:09AM
Great still image Alison colours work great.
kaybee 13 5.7k 25 Scotland
13 Dec 2012 8:22AM
Pristine gloves for next year?
Great still life, really good lighting. Well done.

Niknut Plus
8 1.7k 76 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2012 5:18PM
Lovely shot !!!....that lighting certainly brings out the best in the textures !!!!
cattyal Plus
12 8.4k 6 England
13 Dec 2012 10:30PM
Sorry I'm late back - thanks everyone Smile It's great when I have a decent evening and get the light right - sometimes it's a total disaster Smile

The gloves are a bit on the tight side which is why they look only slightly grubby - I only put them on if I'm tackling something that's likely to shred my hands Smile

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