Et bien, on ne s'ennuie pas à ce que je vois ;)AdyXxhttp://hummingbird-cocoon.blogspot.com
Somehow this makes me think of an old movie, but I don't remember which one.Nice composition of the pic.
Very nice photo- champagne is the best!
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@Adelythe: la bouteille était en vitrine ! Je n'ai pas bu toutes les bouteilles correspondant à ces bouchons. J'avais prévu ce billet à l'avance, pour célébrer le début de mes vacances, mais celui-ci a été repoussé d'une semaine.
@San: thanks. The pic is a bit flat & less interesting or challenging than others I posted, but I like it more than I expected to, so I thought I could post it!
@ Stela Alves:Thanks for your kind words, Stela!
@Hannah: I agree fully! I barely drink alcohol but do make an exception for Champagne.
I was serious, David. I definitely like the composition. Remember, I'm still figuring out how to take still lifes.
Don't worry San, I understand. 'Flat' composition is not a bad thing at all. Look at Charvet's or even Cézanne's best still lives and you will see that they are often fully frontal. This one is almost like a Flemish still life by comparison! I like simplicity & readability a lot. On this blog, I try to challenge myself a wee bit, though, and I try things which are different from what I would be inclined to do, typically. That's what I meant in my comment. I think the pic is made more interesting by the fact the label is overexposed (deleting unnecessary information and given the picture a different light) and the very limited depth of field.