By yi-ching lin
Tags: art, ball, blown, christmas, Christmas tree, decoration, delicate, glass, grand central station, holiday markets, ornament, round, science, tree, vendor
Category: art, city, nature, nyc, photo challenges, photography, poetry, postaweek2012, street photography, structure, weekly photo challenge, writing
it takes a certain
kind of chemistry to make
things so delicate
between us – i was never
one to emit visible
light when excited –
given our ionizing
natures, it will take
more than an old flame test to
identify these unknowns
I can feel the warmth in this photo. Well done!
thank you so much! it does make me feel cozy (smile).
Beautiful indeed and so delicate- I see bubble wrap in the future!!
oh, my! but will that stem my addiction for popping bubble wrap?
I jump on it !! Save save some!! Speaking of jumping..this is one of my all time favorite blogs-
Uplifting and requires jumping!!!
You even caught the light reflecting in the tree’s branches–very nice!
Interesing poem combo of relationship and science — ions, chemicals, compounds…. 🙂
i love my sciences! (smile) thank you!
so many folks would have taken this with the ornament centered… You’ve balanced it perfectly on the side and the explosion of blurred lights behind it really sharpen the focus on the foreground and make it pop!
Stephen, i always love your very thoughtful compliments!! thank you!
Love it! It meets the challenge requirements as well as emanating the spirit of Christmas.
(smile) thank you for dropping by!
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