{food for thought}
Be joyful always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances,
for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. {1 Thessalonians 5:16-18}

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

{Shoot'n Tell} •Circular•

i never realized how circular the process of pottery was before sitting to edit my images for this challenge. this is my bestie, she completely
blew me away on friday with her pottery finesse. her motions were fluid & uninterrupted; firm yet light pressure to mold her art at will,
slight squeeze of water to smooth the surface {um, even her sponge was circular} tools to sculpt & trim; each a circular masterpiece done with
the gentle circular spin of the pottery wheel, oh the wheel, i could have fallen asleep to that soft hum.

more circles:

it made me happier than sunshine & rainbows to watch her art being created
right in front of my eyes & to also capture her gift to share with her.
more happiness:

happy tuesday!


Elizabeth said...

Absolutely beautiful images. It looks like a very peaceful and calming process too.

SouthernSass said...

Very nice! I think that is such an elegant art - creating from clay atop a spinning circle. :)

Kassie said...

beautiful images! i've never done pottery before, but it seems like it would be fun.

leigh said...

You captured that so beautifully. Thanks so much for linking up today.

Naomi said...

These are amazing! I need to try pottery some time..looks so relaxing :)

kellog said...

thanks mama. . . the pics look fantabulooussss!!!!

Ashley Sisk said...

That seems like it would be so relaxing. Beautiful photo.

Brooke G. said...

WOW - that looks like fun.... and mucho messy :D

Anonymous said...

Fantabulous photos!

Jen said...

Love the first shot!

Natalie said...

Oh wow! I would LOVE to do that someday (make pottery)..I've always been artsy..ya know..took art classes all through school and drew constantly and colored and just did anything to get my creativity out of me and turned into something beautiful! Very good eye spotting that and using it as an entry! :-) Thanks for linking!