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This work is an involuntary corroboration between me and my sister. Let me explain the involuntary bit. A while ago my wife turned 40 (don’t tell her I told you!). As a present, my sister made this beautiful “flower cake”. However, as flowers do, the cake started to wane and I started to get an idea.

So I let the flowers wane and dry out. I put the cake in the attic to let it get dusty and I waited… until today.

Another crossover between my nostalgia and surreal series, shot as usual with my own painted with light technique ( tutorial ) and me old and trusty Pentax K10D and Pentax-A 1:1.7 50mm objective combo.

Thank you sis…

Comments

  • Thomas Barker-Detwiler
    Thomas Barker-...almost 2 years ago

    40 is a time of release and joy. For whomever this cake is for I hope it comes alive and fills with color and life. Wonderful compelling shot.

  • It was for my wife (but I didn’t tell you that!) :)
    Thanks for the compliment Thomas.

    – Peter Zentjens

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosalmost 2 years ago

    Love it Peter!! Just goes to show…they my be aging but still exudes beauty!!..very appropriate!! lol…all the best *-)

  • Thank you ever so much Deb,
    good to hear from you. :)

    – Peter Zentjens

  • Evita
    Evitaalmost 2 years ago

    Beautiful work !!!

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    The Art Of Still Life ~FEATURES ~ March 1st 2013

  • Thank you for the honor!

    – Peter Zentjens

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