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Still life photo of cut onions showing concentric layers, with crumbled skins to add interest.
Featured in Maximum Exposure group, April 2010.Featured in Globes, Spheres & Curves group, May 2010.
circles, concentric, crumbled, curves, dana, layers, onions, roper, skins, still life
I am fascinated by the concept of serendipity – the spontaneous discovery of one thing while searching for another. I rarely plan my art. I prefer to LET it happen rather than MAKE it happen.
Thanks so much, Heike!!!
– Dana Roper
Thanks so much as always!
Dana, you have a gift for making art out of anything and everything! This is a great example.
Thanks so much, Betty, for your very thoughtful comment!!!
.. Dana……….With such good detail …. my eyes are watering …. ~! …… Nice work
Thanks, Richard! Grab a tissue… :-)
Beautiful image! Such rich colors in your onions! Love the crumbly skins.
Thanks so much, Barbara!!!
Dana this is lovely…they look so full of life..and beautiful!
Thanks so much, Robin! Always appreciate your comments!
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Thanks, Pat! Always appreciate hearing from you… :-)
love these onions. Just like people they have layers that sometime require peeling back to discover what is inside. beautiful
Thanks so much for your very thoughtful comment!
Nice still life … hope they didn’t make you cry too much :)
Thanks, Trish! No tears here… :-)
Nice shot, very nice lighting!
Thanks so much, Brendan! Appreciate your comment!