Black & White Sunday – Squeeze

This week, for her Black & White Sunday challenge, Paula has invited Lucile de Godoy to challenge us. Lucile has asked us to interpret Squeeze.

How many Found Objects can I Squeeze into my frame? Here’s an idea:

Squeezing the most into a Still Life frame

Squeezing the most into a Still Life frame

For more examples of Squeeze, hop over to Paula’s Guest Challenge post here.

40 comments

  1. I’m glad to see such a marshalling of the past. You have an eye for structure, and a way of honouring objects.

  2. Gorgeous sewing machine 🙂

  3. There’s that nice old camera that was in the suitcase!
    Good composition, with that ‘front to back’ arrangement. It reminded me of a shop window.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. You didn’t do justice to your imagination when commenting during your submission to this entry to Paula’s blog. This photo is absolutely great and it is using not only imagination but clearly showing your talents, Sue. Love it.

  5. Suzanne

    What a clever interpretation of the theme.

  6. Ah, Meg has such a way with words! I notice you squeezed the delightful camera in 🙂

  7. Pingback: Guest Photo Challenge: Squeeze | Lost in Translation

  8. This is extraordinary and you are a very harsh critic with yourself. Thank you, Sue. As you know, it will take some time, but I will be back.

  9. Pingback: Black & White Sunday: Squeeze (response to guest challenge) | Lost in Translation

  10. Ooh that camera, more please . . .

    • Sue

      Isn’t it just great! It’s such fun popping the lens out on it’s bellows – hours of fun for the under-5s!! Fret not, it is planned that it will appear in more posts……

  11. I think my mom had one of those at one time! great image and squeeze Sue!

  12. Yes, my grandmother had one similar, and a very old tressle one that i loved!

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