Orange electric candles in the windows for a bit of warmth in the dark months of late fall and winter.
One of three decorative panels on an antique Estey piano (made between 1905 and 1910, I believe).
My family has always put electric candles with orange bulbs in all the windows for a bit of warm light in the cold, dark winter months.
A day or two earlier, the leaves were green. Now that it’s turned, they’ll fall quickly. But for a couple of days, the serviceberry is an explosion of gold.
Window text at sunset in Tigerlabs (Princeton, NJ).
Relief on the wall of a side room in Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.
Design is all around us; somebody designed these swirls on the side of a cheap bottle of hand soap.
The depth of field is shallow with the Tamron macro lens, even when it’s not wide open.
Playing with the macro lens some more. this is the latch and patterned cloth on a cheap trinket box, edited in Lightroom.