Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #182: Interesting Objects

This week, Patti leads Interesting Objects challenge. She gives us an opportunity to share images that we captured as walking through a city, the country, a museum, or a beach.

I’m choosing a few images that I captured in different restaurants.

I like how they arranged the chopsticks and spoons at the Japanese restaurant:

“Good food is very often, even most often, simple food.”

― Anthony Bourdain

This one is pretty unique:

“The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight”
— M. F. K. Fisher

Good wine, well drunk, can lend majesty to the human spirit.

— M.F.K. Fisher

How wonderful you can enjoy the artwork while drink good wine.

Special thanks to Tina for hosting the fun Double Dipping Challenge. We have enjoyed your beautiful images and many creative photo challenges you chose. 

This week Patti invites us “to share images that feature Interesting Objects. Have fun searching for them on the street, in your home, in your travels, …” Please include a link to Patti’s post and use the Lens-Artists tag.

Next week, it’s Ann-Christine’s turn to lead the challenge, so be sure to visit by her beautiful site.

79 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #182: Interesting Objects

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  2. Hi Amy

    My inner child adores your masthead photo of the colored balls. And the foodie in me was delighted by your restaurant photos. The image captured through the goblet is very creative – I love it. And your M.F.K. Fisher quotes inspire me to pull her books from my shelves and reread them all. What a treasure she was.

    Here’s my submission for this week’s Lens Artists challenge:

    Beautiful Great Blue Herons on Exhibit (Quirky Artist Stories Nbr 20)

    Best, Babsje


  3. Pingback: Beautiful Great Blue Herons on Exhibit (Quirky Artist Stories Nbr 20) | Babsje Heron

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