Photo 101 : Warmth

Challenge for today is Warmth. As it is winter here, capturing an image of warmth using the sun as a source is a bit harder than usual. So I have done my own interpretation and took this photo earlier this evening. Here’s my favourite porcelain candle holder from Mont St Michel.



And here are a few more from my collection

Intricate lit ceiling of La Maison Arabe in Marrakech
Hot steam from geysers warmed us up (together with the sun on a beautiful day) in chilly Iceland
Last but not least, chocolate! Warms the heart every time.


13 thoughts on “Photo 101 : Warmth

  1. I lke the porcellain candle holder. I remember the cross-coat (correct word???) on top of Mont St-Michel. And the Belgian shop – is it on the way?

  2. I used to sell those candle holders when I worked in DutyFree, they’re so delicate and beautiful. What is the brand name again? Good job with interpreting warmth!

    1. It says Bernardaud, France. I know it came with a slip about the artist as well but I seem to have misplaced it. Were the ones you used to sell have NY scenery on them?

      1. No the company is Bernadaud, and the ones that I sold were world scenes and I don’t believe we had New York. But I fell in love with them but they were too expensive and fragile for me.

  3. I meant no, we didn’t sell New York to my recollection, and yes that’s the name of the company. I re-read my response and it made no sense, lol!

    1. Lol – Thanks for the link to Bloomingdales. I was wondering what other scenes would look like. And yes they are quite fragile but lovely to look at. Reminds of Mont St Michel everytime I light mine up!

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