Photography by Julia E. Hatton

April 29, 2008

Mexican Market

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Amongst the sombreros, tequila, dresses, and jewelry, you can also find a variety of phallic wood carvings in your choice of sizes.

December 23, 2007

Merry Christmas!

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I hope everyone enjoys the holidays with the family, friends, and loved ones.

December 3, 2007

All cameras are not created equal.

Filed under: Still Life — juliahatton @ 1:22 am

I finally broke down and purchased a small point and shoot type camera to keep in my purse. After its injury, carrying around the D80 all the time is just not an option.

This little Finepix does ok, but it feels like such a downgrade. It’s green and cute though, so that has to count for something, right?

November 4, 2007

New York

Filed under: Still Life,Travel — juliahatton @ 12:21 am

My first visit was for a work trip, but at least I got to wander Times Square.

October 7, 2007

How I Spent My Weekend

Filed under: Still Life — juliahatton @ 11:06 pm

Root canals are no fun at all.

October 2, 2007

Christmas in October?!

Filed under: Abstract,Available for Purchase,Color,Shapes,Still Life — juliahatton @ 9:18 am

Seriously, couldn’t we at least get through Halloween first?

September 9, 2007

Down to the Wire

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Just a little something that caught my eye after today’s rain.

September 2, 2007

Oil in a Row

Filed under: Still Life — juliahatton @ 9:42 pm

So what exactly is Olive Pomace Oil? And how does it differ from Virgin Olive Oil?

“Pomace is the ground flesh and pits after pressing…. Olive-pomace oil is the oil comprising the blend of refined olive-pomace oil and virgin olive oils fit for consumption as they are… In no case shall this blend be called “olive oil”. It is considered an inferior grade and is used for soap making or industrial purposes.”Source

Now you know.

September 1, 2007

Colorful Stems

Filed under: Available for Purchase,Color,Still Life — juliahatton @ 10:11 pm

Vertical lines are everywhere if you just look for them!

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