Thursday, July 10, 2014

The Creativity Project - Behind the Glass - DTB Photography

The Creativity Project Monthly Theme
Behind the Glass / Under Glass
by DTB Photography




A flower does not think of competing with the flower next to it. It just blooms. —Zen Shin








My daughters art project meets mine...


There is my take on behind the glass. Please continue the circle to out next photographer Suzan to see their take on our theme. You can even add your own themed photo to our page at The Creativity Project

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16 comments:

  1. Awwwwwwwwwww! I saw the every so lovely, Lihnsey! What a doll. I love your daughters project. How cool is she? I also love the Keep Calm and Kill Zombies sign. That is so much fun! : ) It's always great to come and visit you Dan.

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  2. Awesome ! I love the black and white of the girl running ! WOW!

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    1. Thanks! That is actually Sharon's daughter in the picture

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  3. This really was such a unique idea and I'm happy I could be a part of it for some of these. I hope you kept that glass window!

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    1. Thank you, oh and I gave it back to Eric already! lol

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  4. Very clever use of Through the looking glass.
    Pretty scenes.

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  5. How cool is that? What a great idea; I always love visiting your blog, because I know I will find some pure awesome when I get here! I really love the sunset series, and the one of Sharon's daughter running toward you is fantastic!

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  6. So cool!!! What object was that? Love the view point.

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    1. It was the door to an old grandfather clock

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  7. Oh my goodness, Dan! These are just so much fun--but I think my favorite part was that flower quote. It's going to be my new mantra. :-) Especially love the glass one at the end--a double take on theme!

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  8. awesome shots and i love how you put this together!

    (((i thought that was sharon's daughter - cool shot))) i was expecting to see more images of your awesome glass collection, BUT these are pretty effin' cool, too (secretly glad i still got to see the gummy bear looking ones, though)!

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    1. Thank you! I was going to do more with the sea glass but I didn't want it to shake it up a but! :D

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