Vintage Glass

Take A Close Look


Prints available. This macro photography highlights an old, aquamarine colored bottle which I dug from the ground sometime in the mid-1970’s. Oftentimes, beauty is all around us – if we look for it.

Can you see it?

A Block of Glass

It’s just a block of glass that I’ve had for many years. It weighs a few pounds and it’s green. It’s not an emerald, but I do place value in the beauty it has provided over time. Light refracting through a prism. Pretty simple. Perhaps you might enjoy this, as well? If so, prints and more are available in my shops at Pixels and Redbubble. Thanks!

Beauty of Glass

This macro photography of a large chunk of glass in the sunlight demonstrates that beauty can be found almost anywhere…one simply has to look. If you’d like to look at available prints featuring this colorful image, visit my gallery at Fine Art America.

Hope to see you soon!

Shades of Green Glass

Lately, I’ve enjoyed macro photography of items around the house – like this large chunk of green glass. Positioned on the floor to glow in the morning sun, this picture has now been added to my gallery at Fine Art America.

If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, several different types are available – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic.

Macro Glass Reflections

With macro photography, details make all the difference. Case in point, this “Macro Glass Reflections” close-up, in contrast to my earlier Fractured Glass blog entry (photographed yesterday).

Although my idea of using a large chunk of green glass as subject matter was a worthy consideration, the earlier image was photographed from a hand-held perspective. Today, however, the camera was placed on an immovable surface. The resultant clarity through minimizing movement accounted for a substantial difference in picture quality.

As regards lighting, the earlier photograph was taken yesterday afternoon, after the sunlight had moved beyond my window. Today’s “Macro Glass Reflections” picture, however, was photographed this morning as the sunlight beamed directly through my window and onto the glass. This adjustment certainly contributed to the improved definition and vibrant colors present.

Guests are encouraged to visit my gallery at Fine Art America to ascertain whether a particular print type may appeal as a new addition to one’s home decor.