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2010 is leaving us. I’m working madly to hold on to the tail-end of it. – Los Angeles Photographer

You know what I’ve noticed about myself lately?  When many others are spending time away from work, my speed of posting is up.  Is it seeing 2010 coming to an end and trying to hold on to it?  Or is it the season that’s even more inspiring for creativity?  No matter what it is, I’m playing hard these days (to me, work is play).  Shhh…don’t tell my husband although he’s been suspecting that most of what I do is playing. 🙂

The other day, when I was passing by a row of maple trees, beautifully dotted with hot red leaves, an idea popped into my mind.  I had to turn around to them.

You see, most of the “pretty stuff” (some call it home decor) in our house come from nature or our travels.  This time, it’s the marriage of both.  From one of our trips to Taiwan, we brought back a beautiful, subtly toned vase.  When I saw the maple leaves, something in my head said they would look nice in that vase.  So, here’s what turned out:

© Jean Huang Photography

One vase, one sprig of maple, an art piece to be put on my wall.  What can I say, life is full of beauty!  Enjoy what it has to offer, my friends!

P.S.  I did apologize to the tree for “stealing” the sprig from it.

P.P.S. Any image in the Fine Art Photography category can be purchased to adorn your beautiful home.  Please contact me for sizes and presentation options.  Many easy to install solutions to be recommended.

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4 responses

  1. When your work is your passion, it doesn’t feel like work anymore.

    In fact, the fun will translate into more creativity for you.

    Happy holidays and good tidings in 2011.

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    December 30, 2010 at 9:53 PM

  2. You are exactly spot-on, Paul! I’m having so much fun that I don’t even notice that I’m working so much. And yes, the heart needs to be nurtured for the creative juice to flow.

    Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to comment. Happy holidays and a great year ahead of you, Paul!

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    December 30, 2010 at 11:50 PM

  3. i like the simple beauty of it

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    December 31, 2010 at 9:29 AM

  4. Greg, thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a nice comment. Hope you’ve enjoyed the read so far. And wishing you a happy 2011!

    P.S. It seems that you are where you need to be in Florida. In Chinese, we say “when the leaves fall, they go right back to where they started – the root”. 🙂

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    December 31, 2010 at 2:59 PM

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