Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Play Me - Wordless Wednesday

My 36 String Walnut Lever Harp
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23 comments:

Nichole said...

Great pic - Happy WW!

Lisa @ljenator said...

That's beautiful! I love stumbling upon things like this! Thanks for sharing! Happy WW!

readerbuzz said...

Beautiful wood tone.

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Ashlee said...

Wow! That's a gorgeous shot :)


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Lisa's RetroStyle said...

Oh...I wish I could...it's beautiful!

Dishesdone said...

What a beautiful instrument! Great pic! I can just hear it if I close my eyes!

homemom3 said...

Love these, they make such beautiful music. COurse if I played it it would sound so awful. ;) Happy WW!

oilerblue said...

Beautiful image! That is one instrument that not too many people know how to play.

Gary said...

That photo is well done. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

The Social Frog said...

Nice picture!

Jenn said...

Beautiful lighting.

Melessa said...

Just lovely!

Kimberly said...

I bet is sounds as beautiful as it looks!

Dawn Brady said...

What a stunning photo. It is beautiful! I know you say you are not a photographer, but you have a natural talent! What a fun hobby!
Have a great new year.

Miss Becky said...

you play that??? this is the most awesome photo I've seen today. wordless? I love the sound.

Kala said...

Beautiful composition, tones, and light.

Karen said...

Thanks for dropping in everyone.

lisaschaos said...

I bet you make beautiful music on it!

Fotobloggen 2011 said...

a wonderful instrument and the photo with just the different shades of the same color is great

Miss Kodee said...

I really love the lighting here. I can almost hear the music.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Karen that is so beautiful .. the lighting is perfect the wood glows with warmth and what music was played, and what will be played, hovers over it like an invisible mist. Simply profound.
Joy : )

Vrinda said...

The color and light of this pic is so perfect that it has added extra beauty to it.

Vrinda.

Linda said...

How interesting to come across another harp player. My daughter plays the clarsach (celtic harp). Who is your harp made by? My daughter's is by the German maker Frank Sievert.