August 25, 2010

Home gardening

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What can I tell, home gardening is popular. I couldn’t resist the temptation to take a few shots of the garden rocket and monks cress plants that were seeded on our window sill. They just gulped in every ray of afternoon light through that window. Used just a white reflector for fill.

The result – not too bad. Even more so, some were good enough for Getty’s Brand X collection.

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