Reclining

A little something for the mundane garlic challenge. Our clove is reclining on its side. It looks like an inch worm, creeping along... or maybe a swimming fish?

I was pondering using it for the abstract garlic challenge, too, but I think the notes say that you aren't supposed to recognize that the subject is actually garlic.
I think if you would flip it 90 degrees to the left and crop it so that it is entered - it would very well be a great entry for the abstract garlic. It will be more reminiscent of some architectural detail or a statue.
posted January 18th, 2018  
I love this!! Jim just bought two bulbs of garlic (not for photographic plans) and I've been thinking of what to do with them. I wish I had done this one!! Instant fav.
posted January 18th, 2018  
@taffy Well, now... you must spare some garlic from the cook pot! :)
posted January 18th, 2018  
@vera365 I'll take a look at that angle, thank you. Isn't that funny... I did invert one, in the angle that you suggest, but it didn't jump out at me... maybe it was my crop? Thanks again.
posted January 18th, 2018  
Wonderful reflection, contrasts... and I love the smell of garlic!
posted January 18th, 2018  
Oh wow, your signature focus and creativity! I wish the mundane would just include abstract as one category! I'm whining and will stop. I love this so much.
posted January 18th, 2018  
A stunning image, fav!
posted January 18th, 2018  
Excellent as always, superb lighting
posted January 18th, 2018  
Beautifully done. Fav.
posted January 18th, 2018  
Nicely done - fav
posted January 18th, 2018  
A wonderful reflection .. the garlic almost looks metallic.
posted January 18th, 2018  
Beautiful image of such a mundane item!
posted January 18th, 2018  
Beautiful image, detail and edit!
posted January 18th, 2018  
Very dramatic interpretation of the mundane garlic! Beautiful
posted January 18th, 2018  
beautifully lit. who would have thought a garlic clove could be so elegant?
posted January 18th, 2018  
A winning shot
posted January 18th, 2018  
Thanks for joining in with the challenge. I really like lighting and reflection.

I've just been made aware that we have previously had a garlic challenge. So could I please ask you to change your tag to
mundane-garlic2 so that I don't get mixed up when selecting the finalists. Thanks
posted January 18th, 2018  
I think this is one of the best photos that I've seen on a 365project challenge fav
posted January 18th, 2018  
Beautiful!
posted January 18th, 2018  
This is amazing
posted January 18th, 2018  
This is amazing. Perfect reflection.
posted January 18th, 2018  
love this shot! so simple great lighting wonderful reflection! fav
posted January 18th, 2018  
Fantastic shot with great reflection Fav
posted January 18th, 2018  
Oooooooh! Darkly delicious!
posted January 18th, 2018  
Just perfect. Fav.
posted January 18th, 2018  
Truly perfect. Fav.
posted January 18th, 2018  
Nicely done! FAV!
posted January 18th, 2018  
Fabulous shot.
posted January 18th, 2018  
Wonderful shot. Nothing mundane about this.
posted January 18th, 2018  
πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
posted January 18th, 2018  
Well done. Great light.
posted January 19th, 2018  
I can certainly see a swimming fish here.
posted January 19th, 2018  
Amazing and creative. Fav.
posted January 19th, 2018  
Outstanding...
posted January 19th, 2018  
fabulous reflection
posted January 19th, 2018  
It's a lovely cappture
posted January 24th, 2018  
Well done -- and congrats on TT!
posted January 26th, 2018  
Congratulations on this making the TT! It’s so cool!
posted January 27th, 2018  
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