Ginger recently undertook a project to make a vessel a day for 100 days. Most days a new vessel of some sort would appear on my desk. The vases came with flowers, and the pots came with small plants. The latter I’ve tried (not entirely successfully), to keep alive. The trouble is my office and desk don’t have a lot of natural light. A recent drop in temperature meant I opened up my office window to let the fresh cool air in, at the same time I moved my plants onto the window sill to see if some more light would get them looking more healthy.
Today the temps rose again, so the window had to close, and I put the pots on top of my PC. I liked the way the light caught them, and took this picture. It should have been simple, but as I said, it is dark in my office, with a shutter speed of .4 second, I had to drag my tripod out. Then after I’d taken the first picture I didn’t like how I’d arranged the pots, and I realized the top of my PC needed dusting, and it was back for a second go. Then I had to edit out all the dirty marks on the wall, and dust spots on the camera sensor. The camera was due for a service when COVID hit. I ought to check if the local camera shop is now open for sensor cleaning.
Anyway, here’s the complete 100 vessels from Ginger’s project. See if you can find the three pots above.