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Old Feb 21, 2004, 3:11 PM   #1
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Old Feb 21, 2004, 3:14 PM   #2
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Looks to be all white to me, or maybe it is white?

Nice
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Old Feb 21, 2004, 3:25 PM   #3
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Your photo required, not a double-take, but a triple-take. At first and for some reason, I thought I was looking at a wall sculpture done in plaster and photographed from an odd angle. Then I saw the leaf, and my brain quickly righted itself, telling me the truth. But the triple-take happened when I noticed the alternating whites. The napkin and dish are the same color as the board while the shirt and the snow are a different white but the same as each other.

If you ask me, the photo that invokes a triple-take is a photo that succeeds. Good job.
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yeah...what Barbara said.
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Old Feb 21, 2004, 6:21 PM   #5
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another frame...way to go you all are inspiring me. :P

V-neck huh digicam 8) how sophistacated :lol:
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Your photo required, not a double-take, but a triple-take. At first and for some reason, I thought I was looking at a wall sculpture done in plaster and photographed from an odd angle. Then I saw the leaf, and my brain quickly righted itself, telling me the truth. But the triple-take happened when I noticed the alternating whites. The napkin and dish are the same color as the board while the shirt and the snow are a different white but the same as each other.

If you ask me, the photo that invokes a triple-take is a photo that succeeds. Good job.
exactly
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Old Feb 23, 2004, 1:54 PM   #7
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Your photo required, not a double-take, but a triple-take. At first and for some reason, I thought I was looking at a wall sculpture done in plaster and photographed from an odd angle. Then I saw the leaf, and my brain quickly righted itself, telling me the truth. But the triple-take happened when I noticed the alternating whites. The napkin and dish are the same color as the board while the shirt and the snow are a different white but the same as each other.

If you ask me, the photo that invokes a triple-take is a photo that succeeds. Good job.
exactly :mrgreen:
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