I came across this photo in the photography squares news article that was written by Kaz-D. It helps that this image was large and at the top but I'm thinking I would have noticed it right away anyway. The colors are absolutely gorgeous, and the bokeh background is simply beautiful. The lighting is also perfect, hitting the key in all the right ways and almost adding a tiny bit of sparkle to the jewels despite them being in shadow. I can almost hear a faint tinkling noise when I look at this, as if there's something magical going on.
Hello, and how are you, My author name is James R. Green of book I'm in the process of writing by the name of World's Craft. I would love for a favor from you concerning your picture(s)/photograph(s). If it's ok with you that I may use one of them, or how ever many you will allow me to, for my upcoming novel. It's a great novel about how God's work is never wholly finish but continues with certain characters in heaven......please let me know how you feel about this ASAP.
That's a gorgeous effect on the key, my favorite version among the set. The narrow depth of field lets the details stand out sharply while also having a nice and natural looking backdrop for it. The key is a lovely piece of craftsmanship, and you captured it very beautifully.