A Cup of Coffee and a book (3)

Have decided this series needs to be tagged as Isolation project (Jeff Sinon, a New Hampshire photographer started a project and suggests we join in)


  1. Great book to mull over, strong coffee to hand.

  2. Two books to one cup, or is this a third cup?!

  3. My favourite so far, I think, Sue. I hope you aren’t on a caffeine overdose, though

  4. The tablecloth is an excellent choice to go with the book, Sue. 🙂
    (Or the book with the tablecloth)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. All three elements — cup, tablecloth, and book — came together well to make this photo.

  6. Pingback: A Cup of Coffee and a Book | sheri j kennedy ~ Riverside

  7. I decided to start a #cupofcoffeeandabook challenge as well. I put in a link back to your post. Thanks for the inspiration and fun photo!

  8. I girl can dream about returning to Spain!

  9. I love this series. I’m eager to track it, even though I’m not venturing much into the blogosphere. The series has so many possibilities, both technically and thematically. This one has nicely erratic diagonals; a not-quite echo of design in book cover and cloth: and shadows and gleam doing battle for the coffee cup. I’m keen to see other embroidery and other coffee cups – or are you maintaining that thread of continuity with changing books?

  10. Love this one, and I have another, less beautiful version of that book 🙂 🙂

  11. Also meant to say I’m following Jeff too, but have yet to join in. The day still has a tendency to run away with me… I must have been at the back of the ueue (you know I’ve lost a certain letter 🙂 ) when organisational skills were handed out. Or Becky got my share 🙂 🙂

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