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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Mrs. Chip » Nov 27th, '09, 14:51

Seeker wrote:This morning - introductions: pagasari, meet wako; wako, meet pagasari. :D
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:shock: WOW, super cool Seeker! 8)
We really need to work on our camera issues so that we can post our chawan complete w/matcha. :idea:

This thread was a great idea, thanks.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by AdamMY » Nov 27th, '09, 15:25

Seeker you have some amazing Chawan, and they look even more inviting with the green frothy goodness that is matcha inside.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Seeker » Nov 27th, '09, 16:29

Thank you Mrs. Chip, and AdamMy!
I appreciate your kind comments very much. :D
I was actually feeling a little discouraged this morning as I considered
the lack of others sharing their matcha and chawan, and I was leaning away from a post. :(
But I found each of your posts heartening and inspiring. :idea: :D
So...
this morning, Wako in Shyrabbit Red.
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And a close up for fun...
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Cheers and thank you for your interest.
ps - and to all you matcha lovers out there -- I sure would like to see some chawan fulfilling their destinies, care to share? Please?...
pps - BTW, clearly my pics are EXTREMELY amateur, so don't be shy, I'm using a Casio Exilim (little, thin, travel camera, sort of instamatic like but digital; I probably don't even have these terms right :? ; GeekGirl is an inspiration and also a source of frustration - I just have no idea how to capture like she does, and always want to).
ppps - maybe I'll do my next pic w/ my phone just for fun.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Seeker » Nov 28th, '09, 15:17

This morning, Wako in a shyrabbit Dancing Dinosaur chawan.
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Cheers.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by shyrabbit » Nov 28th, '09, 16:00

seeker,

I guess I was too close to the forest to see the "Dancing Dinosaurs"...love the imagery and the name. Never saw the creatures until now.

Thanks for posting.
Michael

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Seeker » Nov 28th, '09, 16:56

Hi Michael,
Thank you, both for your gracious comments and your posting.
Sometimes I see abstract spirits/creatures holding hands, but more and more I really see dancing dinos.
Thank you for your beautiful work.
Cheers.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Chip » Nov 28th, '09, 19:07

Great chawan-s, great matcha-s, great shot-s! Keep 'em coming. I check out the morning matcha/chawan everyday.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by iannon » Nov 28th, '09, 22:32

Chip wrote:Great chawan-s, great matcha-s, great shot-s! Keep 'em coming. I check out the morning matcha/chawan everyday.
me too actually..i have enjoyed seeing your collection..i'll post mine soon although after 2 postings i'll just have to keep repeating myself :lol:

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Seeker » Nov 29th, '09, 00:21

:lol:
Nice iannon.
Hopefully more will join us in sharing, and neither one of us will have to repeat.
:oops: Uh oh, I think I've already repeated. :oops:

Edit/addendum -- yep, Shyrabbit Red's been out three times! Love that red!
But all the children have not been out to play...
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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Seeker » Nov 29th, '09, 16:53

This morning (well, okay, afternoon - slept in :D ), Yame in Biwa.
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cheers.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by AdamMY » Nov 29th, '09, 17:14

Seeker wrote:This morning (well, okay, afternoon - slept in :D ), Yame in Biwa.
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cheers.
There are some Hagi the Biwa's are one of them that I go back and forth on whether I like their style or not. In Your Picture I think its great, somehow I feel even though Hagi pictures are typically stunning, their true essence needs to be observed in person

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Seeker » Nov 29th, '09, 17:31

Hi Adam,
I just love this one to the touch. It is so light, yet so textured; and the texture isn't overbearing at all, just enough to let you know it's still there.
I really like the way matcha looks in it.
I think a larger size chawan like this would be STUNNING.
(...the sounds of whispered prayers).

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by edkrueger » Nov 29th, '09, 21:06

I know Deishi makes a larger chawan like these. I've seen them before on Mago.

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Geekgirl » Nov 30th, '09, 00:28

I have one. It doesn't "speak" to me. I might sell it...

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Re: This Morning's Matcha :D

by Chip » Nov 30th, '09, 00:37

Geekgirl wrote:I have one. It doesn't "speak" to me. I might sell it...
You mean the Seigan chawan?

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