Would you care for a bite? by RLHall
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The pottery in this image was created in Tregaron, Cymru (Wales). The writing on the plate cover means “Biscuits” (cookies) in Welsh and the cups’s design depicts a Welsh Dragon

All artwork is © Rhonda L. Hall, All Rights Reserved. You may not use, replicate, manipulate, redistribute, or modify this image without my express consent.

Comments

  • HenkStolk
    HenkStolkover 6 years ago

    nice composition

  • Thanks, Henk

    – RLHall

  • Michael  Brooks
    Michael Brooksover 6 years ago

    Great job Rhonda!! Coffee and cookies, I could use some thank you!!!! LOL!!!

  • Happy to have you join me, Michael! lol Thanks for the great comment and fav :-)

    – RLHall

  • Mariam Muradian
    Mariam Muradianover 6 years ago

    I enjoy the history of pottery lesson very much. I was a potter for several years of my life.
    A very tactile physical medium to work in. These are coveted pieces.
    Beautiful composition too.
    As for your invitation? I WILL BE RIGHT OVER!!!!
    Won’t we have the chat of the century, Friend!!!!!
    You know what they say about “well-behaved women……” lol
    Thank you, dearest.
    You are the best.

  • Thanks so much, Mariam, LOL, we would have a riot! Glad to see you up and around again, sounds like your rest did you well! xxxx :-)
    Your out changing the world!!!

    – RLHall

  • Boban
    Bobanover 6 years ago

    Excellent shot Rhonda …………… !

  • Thanks so much, Boban, greatly appreciated! :-)

    – RLHall

  • Joanne  Bradley
    Joanne Bradleyover 6 years ago

    Pretty and inviting composition Rhonda. Nice pottery!

  • Thanks so much, Joanne, my brother visited Wales (my grandfather was born there) and brought back a few pottery pieces…did this for the Wales group…

    – RLHall

  • KBSImages
    KBSImagesover 6 years ago

    Very Pretty….composition is fantastic!!!

  • Thank you so much, greatly appreciated!

    – RLHall

  • EddyG
    EddyGover 6 years ago

    What a great find.
    And a super shot you got together there.
    yummy let me at them!

  • Thanks so much, EddyG, lol!

    – RLHall

  • 4getsundaydrvs
    4getsundaydrvsover 6 years ago

    mmmmmmm

  • lol Thanks 4getsundaydrvs :-)

    – RLHall

  • booboo
    boobooover 6 years ago

    Beautiful image Rhonda would have loved to see some welsh cakes on the plate though and I would have come round to visit :)) very well done, excellent work

  • Thanks so much, Brian, and I have some Welsh recipes – I’ll try to add welsh cakes to my next still life! :-) Your kind comment is greatly appreciated…

    – RLHall

  • booboo
    boobooover 6 years ago

    Your very welcome Rhonda, can I ask, do you have some Welsh Blood in you? if so what part of Wales do your ancesters hale from?

  • My Grandfather was born in the Rhondda Valley, his mum was from Morgan and Sambrook lines and his father’s ancestors moved to Wales from England four generations before. They came to the United States when he was in grade school. I’ve been researching my genealogy for a while so have quite a lot of info and hope to one day visit Wales! :-)

    – RLHall

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