I LOVE THE HONEYSUCKLE VINE!
When you need green stuff in a vase, honeysuckle vine drapes gracefully downward. At least that is what I think. Also, when you are photographing into the early winter months you can still go outside and get some of the vine - it stays green fairly long.
Now, back to the image.
Let me explain something. You really don't have to have a room dedicated to still life photography. (But it sure helps.)
Let me explain my main photographing room in my other house before I moved.
My previous room was something smaller than 11 x 12. That room had a large computer desk, 2 small tables for other printers, etc. A rather large closet, a 4 foot low bookcase and 2 tall 36 inches wide bookcases. The room had 2 east windows with a short space between the 2 windows and then it had 2 south windows which were side by side. The windows had venetian blinds which were great!
And this was my main photography room!
Now, back to the above image.
The pink flowers were geraniums and of course the green stuff is the honeysuckle vine. I placed a small fold up table underneath the south windows and draped a pink fancy thrift store dress beneath the vase.
I had to use one of my background creations to hide the painting imperfections on the window sill panes.
I kinda like this image because it seems so light.....even sorta fluffy.
Challenge for today:
Look at your surroundings and see if you can kinda create a photography room.