Twitter Facebook igram igram Blog Lovin

Citrus Photography Art Prints

I’m so excited to share both my Citrus Photography Art Prints along with a fun monthly collaboration starting today with 10 creative blogs.  Each month on the 10th, the same 10 blogs will share a project around the same theme, and you can hop to their blogs to see and save their projects after viewing mine. Pin this collage below, and make sure you come back on the 10th each month! In May, the theme is CITRUS, below are the fabulous shares.

10 Citrus projects and recipes

To view and download prints from my share, the Citrus Photography Art Prints, scroll down below the hop.

citrus photography art

To see each contributors Citrus post up close,  join the Blog Hop! {In the event that the direct link to their posts don’t work when clicking on the title, click on the blogs main page link just before}. They are numbered according to the links below.

1. Capturing Joy shares Citrus Photography Art Prints for the home

2 .Eighteen25 sharing their Orange Party Punch recipe

3 .Landee See, Landee Do shares a  Crusted Lemon Cream Bars recipe

4. Little Miss Momma sharing diy Typography Mantel Art (Using Lemons)

5. Lolly Jane shares a diy Chevron Citrus Wreath tutorial

6.Or So She Says shares a recipe for Lemon Ricotta Gems

7. Simply Kierste has a recipe for Lemon Cupcakes

8. Six Sisters Stuff sharing a  Creamy Lemon Bars recipe

9. Thirty Handmade Days shares When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemon Cookies! Printable and recipe

10. Your Homebased Mom shares a Lemon Cream Cake Recipe

 

Citrus Photography Art Prints

I love photographing food lately, it has become a new art medium for  me. I’ve photographed people for so long, it actually is a challenge to stage food, just so. I love the way citrus colors blend together: limes, oranges, and lemons are so cheery and happy.  I shared my Fresh Squeezed Limeade post earlier in the week, and mentioned that I use limes several times a week with almost any Mexican meal. I also shared my Creamy Jalapeno Ranch Dip which has lime juice in it, and with my cheesy Queso, I liven up my chips with lime juice, too!

The citrus colors have always made me  happy, and I’d wanted to pull them together for some art prints for my home.

Citrus Photography Art Prints

{To download this vertical high resolution print without the ribbon on it, click here}

citrus photography art

{To Download this citrus photography art, without text, click here}

I’d love to see if you print them in your home! I suggest printing a 16×20 or larger if you are placing on your wall. If on a table top, an 8×10 or 5×7 will work. Sams Club or Costco 16×20 prints are very economical at around $5 each, just remember to un-check the box that says to color correct or it will likely turn out dark.  Do you like this stuff? More photography art prints in the future?

If you are trying to get better at photography, and want some tips, check out my beginner and intermediate photography books !

Make sure you don’t forget to stop by each month on the 10th, go ahead and grab a button and place it in your sidebar!

10 Creative Blogs 10th each month
<div align="center"><a href="http://www.kristendukephotography.com/citrus-photography-art-prints/" title="10 Creative Blogs 10th each month"><img src="http://www.kristendukephotography.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/blue1.jpg" alt="10 Creative Blogs 10th each month" style="border:none;" /></a></div>

 

 

Kristen Duke

Kristen Duke

Thank you for stopping by my little spot on the web! If you enjoyed this post, you can subscribe to my future posts via RSS, Facebook, and if you are looking to improve your photography, see my beginner books HERE.
Kristen Duke
Kristen Duke
Kristen Duke
Follow me on Pinterest

Don't miss a single post! Get all my posts in your email.

Join The Discussion

*

CommentLuv badge

Comments

  1. What a fun blog hop! I love your citrus pictures and need to think of a way I can incorporate it into my home. I especially love the landscape one. It just reminds me of summer and is so fresh! If hang it up in my house, I will be sure to send you a pic.

  2. Love it. Now do tell…where did you get your pretty yellow colander??
    Lolly Jane recently posted..Chevron citrus wreathMy Profile

    • Kristen Duke says:

      oh goodness,not sure where I got the colander, I’ve had it so long, but they are around–do a searchy search!

  3. I’m with Lolly Jane…I love that colander too!!! Beautiful work, as always!!
    Kierste recently posted..{lemon cream cheese cupcakes}My Profile

  4. Oh my goodness how fun are these!! Such a great way to use your amazing talent! I definitely need to find a place to use them!

  5. So awesome. I love that you did art prints! They’re so pretty and perfect for summer!!
    Mariel @ Or so she says… recently posted..Lemon Ricotta Gems (she: Jana)My Profile

  6. Hey lime lover- love these prints! I’m with the other girls…the yellow colander rocks!
    Mique recently posted..When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemon Cookies!My Profile

  7. Lemons, oranges and limes are not only delicious but pretty too! Love the photos!

  8. Us sisters at the slice http://thesisterslice.com/ love all things citrus, looks great!

  9. Love them! And yes!! to more art prints! :)

  10. The pictures are gorgeous! I love those colors too. They remind me of my mom’s kitchen growing up. Her beautiful yellow stove, green countertops and yellow linoleum…yes it was the 70′s when they built!:) These prints would brighten up any kitchen! I love them!

Trackbacks

  1. [...] Capturing Joy shares Citrus Photography Art Prints for the [...]

  2. [...] Capturing Joy shares Citrus Photography Art Prints for the [...]

  3. [...] to their blogs to see and save their projects after viewing ours. Last month’s hop theme was CITRUS (where I shared Citrus Photography Art Prints), and there were so many other cute ideas! Pin this [...]

  4. [...] (Citrus Photography Art Prints in the top right corner can be downloaded on the link). A close up on the colander light fixture (diy tutorial to come), and other details. Since my husband lived in France, it was fun to make vinyl letting in “Bon Appetit”!  We got our table as a hand-me-down wedding gift from my grandparents (13 years ago) and we’ve planned to build one, but we can’t seem to decide on what to do. So for now, I refinished the top from a light wood grain stain to white. My friends at Lolly Jane gave me tips on how to do that! [...]