Edward Weston Inspiration: Throwback thursday

Inspired by this post… which was originally inspired by Edward Weston’s Pepper # 30… which coincidentally also inspired this archived photo of mine….

I bring to you my thursday throwback image.  I took this several years ago, in my closet… with a black sweatshirt, tripod and desk lamp (and pepper of course). This pepper was on its way to becoming Gazpacho (talk about a word I had NO clue how to spell) but not before I snatched it away to take pictures of it. I have ALWAYS loved this shot, and I think it shall finally be printed up, and per my friend’s suggestion hung above my sink.

Happy Thursday!


About Anna

I am a native of Virginia but recently relocated to Maryland I often feel I am simply a visitor... here to take note of little things people often pass by... I enjoy photography, family, the outdoors, reading, my vizsla... etc etc
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5 Responses to Edward Weston Inspiration: Throwback thursday

  1. Amazing composition. Aren’t we creative at homemade studios? Love the lighting and the contrast against the dark background.

    • Anna says:

      Thanks, clean and simple is how I like to roll when able. I need to find a little nook here that would allow me to do some studio shots again. Thanks for looking back a bit into my archives too, and for all the likes 😉

  2. Tyler says:

    Seriously, where did you find such a cool looking pepper? I appreciate the comment on my site. I just left a response if you’re interested. Hope you have a great weekend.

    • Anna says:

      You would have to ask my mom about where she got it, but I am on the look out for more. Maybe as they really come into season I will find some at the stores. I shall go read the response now, thank you for stopping by the site

  3. That is one strange bell pepper! Great shot, though!

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