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Old Mar 4, 2004, 8:26 AM   #1
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Old Mar 4, 2004, 8:37 AM   #2
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Couldn't you wait to post that until after lunch?!

The evidence shows the person is a lefty!
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Old Mar 4, 2004, 8:55 AM   #3
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The image may suggest the person is left handed but the "crime scene" was setup for the shot. I am right handed. I cut the fresh bread and turned the cutting board around. The light source is a single incandescent bulb mounted in an inexpensive shop reflector. The camera, a Sony F717 was tripod mounted and white balanace set to "incandescent." Exposure was auto, ISO 100.

By-the-by, the French toast I made with the sourdough bread this morning was yum. I baked the bread yesterday and it still smells good in the kitchen.

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By-the-by, the French toast I made with the sourdough bread this morning was yum. I baked the bread yesterday and it still smells good in the kitchen.
Gee, thanx!
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Wonderful! (I just ate lunch so I can say that!)

And, PromiseKeeper, great sleuthing. I can't believe I missed that myself.
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The image may suggest the person is left handed but the "crime scene" was setup for the shot. I am right handed. I cut the fresh bread and turned the cutting board around.

Ahhhh... so you wanted us to believe a lefty did this!

Remember, If the right hand is controlled by the left side of the brain, then that means lefties are always in their right mind!
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Rod, I think you got more than just a gene or two for art talent. Besides the fine composition, you made sure to not totally neutralize the yellow cast of the light, keeping the warm feeling of the image that leads the viewer to imagine friends or family sitting around a table, enjoying one another along with the good food. Bread has long been a symbol of strong companionship.

Nicely done.
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The image may suggest the person is left handed but the "crime scene" was setup for the shot. I am right handed. I cut the fresh bread and turned the cutting board around.

Ahhhh... so you wanted us to believe a lefty did this!

Remember, If the right hand is controlled by the left side of the brain, then that means lefties are always in their right mind!
haha! that is GREAT! all lefties are insane then right? lol

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Rod, I think you got more than just a gene or two for art talent. Besides the fine composition, you made sure to not totally neutralize the yellow cast of the light, keeping the warm feeling of the image that leads the viewer to imagine friends or family sitting around a table, enjoying one another along with the good food. Bread has long been a symbol of strong companionship.

Nicely done
absolutely right!
you have a great eye for quality of light! great pic!
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Barbara:

You just gave me a wonderful birthday present. Your gift brought tears to my eyes.

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Old Mar 4, 2004, 1:42 PM   #10
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Oh, gosh, now you've embarrassed me. ops: ops: ops:

But it's your birthday? Are you old yet? Happy birthday!
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