utensils (PhotoHunt)





This week’s PhotoHunt theme is untensils. With my history of utensil-themed posts¹, how could I resist sticking my fork into this one?²

For more people’s interpretations of the theme, go visit tnchick.com.


¹ My utensil drawer includes photos of spoons, a list of forks and spoons, a list of knives, a utensil quiz (along with photos of giant utensil sculptures). Plus you can find “runs with spoons” and “It’s a Wonderful Knife.”

² Or in this case, my measuring spoons and potato masher.

18 responses to “utensils (PhotoHunt)

  1. Excellent pics, alejna! I love the shadows in them. As usual, I went for the cheap laugh…

  2. wonderful photos! hope you can visit my entry here

  3. Cool photos! Love the utensils you have there :)

    Mariposa’s PhotoHunt

  4. neat! i’m sure you had fun shooting these.:P

  5. Heheheh, nice to see you taking part in the Photo Hunt, even if only occasionally, Alejna. :)

  6. These were very well done!

  7. beautiful – how’d you light them?

  8. I really love these photos, particularly the first one. A whole new way of looking at a potato masher!

  9. Are the potatoes done? I love mine with extra gravy please!!!

    My photos are posted. See if you can find the ‘eight’ implements I used. If you can find time sometime today to stop by….

    Happy Saturday.

  10. az-
    Thanks! And thanks for the reminder about this week’s theme. (I saw your post, and realized this was one I wanted to do. But I shamefully haven’t yet left you a comment!)

    Thanks for stopping by.

    Apparently I have a thing for utensils. Who knew?

    luna miranda-
    Indeed I did have fun. I could have posted lots more!

    I was keeping up with it quite well for a while, then life started getting in the way of my blogging in general.

    Thanks! I’m using a new camera. It was a late birthday present.

    Thanks! The lighting is thanks to John, really. He leant me his equipment and know-how. It’s using a light box John made out of a cardboard box and some wax paper, lit from above by a slave flash up on a stand. It’s a setup I hope to play with lots, since it works so well for macros.

    Thanks! I like that one, too. It reminds me of a sine wave.

    Hootin’ Anni-
    I’m afraid I was too busy photographing the masher to make the potatoes. I could offer you a bowl of cereal instead…

  11. wonderfully photographed, especially the potato masher

  12. Cool! I’d do mine, but I’m going to use it for a cookie contest in few weeks and don’t want to give anyone a head start. It’s a funky looking thing, too.

  13. Great results!

  14. “But I shamefully haven’t yet left you a comment!”

    It’s never too late! :)

  15. What a cool idea! Great photos too. I’ll have to watch out for this so that I can play too. :-)

  16. Excellent photos … so Williams-Sonoma! I just bought a set of measuring spoons like the ones pictured here, which means I can finally throw out both the cheap-and-never-satisfying plastic ones and the edges-so-sharp-they-always-cut-me metal ones!

  17. Gorgeous pictures! They look from afar like regal, terribly modern jewelry, or perhaps weaponry.

    Or things you may use to keep your pants up.

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