Simply celebrating life
Woks all this then??
what great composition!! I love it!!
I saw the wonderful news on the Cariboo Ponderer's blog. Congratulations!
When I was young and my mom was making dinner in the kitchen, my dad used to sing, "Hey, Good Lookin', what ya got cookin'? How 'bout cookin' somethin' up with me."
Excellent capture David - this tickles my fancy - I imagine the most fabulous stir-fry simmering away...mmmm
Let's eat. You just don't see that everyday. Excellent shot. Have a great WW and I hope your New Year is awesome. :)
It's an architectural miracle!!! ;)
Hi imac,I always wanted to be a wok star!CheersDavid
Hi Bridget,Thank you. I'm so glad you liked the shot. It was taken in a food court. I did ask the chef's permission and he seemed bewildered as to why I would want such a ``mundane'' shot. He said to go ahead and I showed him the shot immediately afterwards and pointed out all the many colour textures in the reflection of the woks and he eventually gave me the thumbs up!!!CheersDavid
Thank you, Tammy,Vic Grace is such a wonderful ambassador for us bloggers.I always tell her she has the surname ``Grace'' for a reason!CheersDavid
Hi Debbie,The more I hear about your Dad, the more I like the sound of him. I'll have to make a trip to the US just to catch up with him - and your clan of course!CheersDavid
Hi Janice,It actually looked and smelled so good that I ate there. I ordered the Singapore speciality - ``chicken rice'' and it was great!CheersDavid
Hi Sandee,Wish you could have joined me for the meal. It was really great!All the very best for 08.CheersDavid
Hi Seamus,I agree. It's a bit like a culinary Towers Mahal!CheersDavid
That picture looks really cool when you scroll up and down, like a flip book. I wish you a very Happy New Year.
Beautiful photo, David. There's room to do some cooking there!
Oh, I just love that!! :)
I finally cooked for the first time today (baked beans) and I'm sick of it already. It's a wonderful photo, though.
All cleaned up:<
Let's just hope they don't topple over. What a sound that would make! Happy WW.
It amazes me how you can find unique beauty in such everyday things.Now..........being that Chinese food is my ABSOLUTE favorite, I find this photo fabulous, indeed!!:)Linda
Wow that's beyond awesome. Cool photo!
WOW, I love this shot (not to mention some of your other work!!!!!). Also, welcome to another Aussie, I am in Sydney!Ours is up as well at burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog.Hope that your NYE was not as hot as I had heard it was going to be. Happy New Year, and WW!!
Makes me think of one thing:Chinese carry out! Good thing their new year isn't tonight, I'm starving.
Great shot! The triangular patterns in the gap inbetween the woks look like repeating Christmas Trees - I wonder what this shot would look like framed even closer?
that's what you call . . . stackable woks :) :) :)great shot!!!
The leaning towers of wok, I think.
You are an awesome photographer. You really are!
Great shot! That reminds me a I need a new Wok!
And this is why I consider you a professional...quite the eye!!!
Just think if Pacman was counting these.... Wok-a, Wok-a, Wok-a!
he he took me a while to work out the photo until i read your caption. Great composition and such beautiful woks. Mine's a black ole thing with a wobbly handle. I need a new one lol.
As always, a very creative photo.Happy new year David. I look forward to spending 2008 with you :-)
Wok This Way.
Wok and woll!Ah, that reminded me of the old song I used to hear on the radio...my dad loved it!
Ha! You're not going to believe this, but last night, my wife and I stayed up to watch the movie, Wokking Tall.Love the pic!
This plays up the sculptural qualities of the woks--individually and collectively. Love it!
wok-a-wok-a-wok-a-wok-a-wok-a-wok-a-wok-a-wok-a-it's a Pac-Man sort of year already, David!
Which reminds me: I cannot remember who borrowed my wok and never returned it.
I thought the gap between the woks looked like a Christmas tree!
The center looks like a Christmas tree
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