Fat Liner

2 months 3 weeks ago #672050 by stevendillonphoto
Fat Liner is from my The Beauty Within collection and was composed at the Edisto Memorial Gardens in Orangeburg, SC.  My artistic vision for this piece was to use the chicken fat as much as I could.  I decided to place it along the frame edges so that it would almost create a border.



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2 months 2 weeks ago #672430 by Adam Wilson
This is really good macro here. Well done for this shot. 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #672553 by Kyle Johnson
The details are awesome. Beautiful macro photo. 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #672726 by Hannah Williams
I can't comprehend where is the chicken fat here. But this one is really nice.


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2 months 2 weeks ago #672883 by stevendillonphoto

Hannah Williams wrote: I can't comprehend where is the chicken fat here. But this one is really nice.


Hannah,
I wasn't familiar with the chicken fat term either.  A farmer explained it to me.  It is the scrunched up areas along the petal edges.  If you are interested, you can read about my initial encounter with flowers that have it in one of my old blog posts here: Yonce Farm Daylilies


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2 months 2 weeks ago #672902 by Suni Park
Oh! So that's what's it's all about. Very sharp details and beautiful colors. 


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2 months 1 week ago #673433 by [email protected]
Great photo.  I see you posting lots of images from SC.  Were you passing thru or do you live there.  I am from Spartanburg.  ( Living in Fl right now , but will return when I retire.)
The chicken fat is an apt description.  Actually for any type of fat.  I work in open heart surgery and the fat that we see on and around the heart has a texture and color very similar to what you captured in those flower petals.


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2 months 1 week ago #673513 by Sara Miles
Wow! Too much fat around here. Nice photo. Love the color and the details as well. Well done. 


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2 months 1 week ago #673642 by stevendillonphoto

[email protected] wrote: Great photo.  I see you posting lots of images from SC.  Were you passing thru or do you live there.  I am from Spartanburg.  ( Living in Fl right now , but will return when I retire.)
The chicken fat is an apt description.  Actually for any type of fat.  I work in open heart surgery and the fat that we see on and around the heart has a texture and color very similar to what you captured in those flower petals.


Yes, I live in Aiken.  Interesting that it would look like actual fat.  Leave up to farmers for coming up with a practical description of things.  :-)


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