Wednesday, November 23, 2011

High Contrast

Both taken November 1, 2011.
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7 comments:

  1. Niiiice! I loves me some gorgeous b&w photography.

    Happy pre-Turkey Day, y'all! I've got my lovely turkey breast marinating in the fridge and a bottle of wine to go with it.

    Off to the mimes in a bit for a day of documentation (and hopefully, a short day).

    Wishing you all a great Thanksgiving & many happy foods.

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  2. Morning! I'm with Maria, I love those high-contrast B&W shots that mimic good old Super-X film. I did one of those with Mason in his newborn days.

    Gout is better today, but it let me know upon getting up that it still needs some attention. I should be good for getting the bread made today though.

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  3. Also a fan of the black and white. I think it is why I love the bare trees in winter so much.

    Happy Thanksgiving for all celebrating. Travel safely and come home stuffed.

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  4. I'm with you Dina on the B&W :)

    Great site of photoshopped pictures of the UCDavis pig with Bear Spray

    http://peppersprayingcop.tumblr.com/

    Off to the mimes.

    Can you believe some people are actually upset that we won't be open Thanksgiving day. The Consumer Caste system. Each holiday is now all about shoppin'.

    Got all my fixins for a anti massacreeeee feast. Raising a glass to Guthrie, Zinn and all those who stand up for their rights and the rights of others.

    And a glass to you!

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  5. Sounds like you're all set, Maria. Hope you enjoy tomorrow to the fullest (in all senses).

    Glad you are feeling better, Farf. I think I will be able to smell that lovely fresh-baked from here.

    I will follow your orders excactly, Dina.

    Just be careful how you dispose of the feast's garbage, Janet. :)

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  6. How'd that envelope get under all that garbage?

    :D

    You can have anything you want at Alice's restaurant.

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  7. I cannot tell a lie, Janet: I put that envelope under that pile of garbage!

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