Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
Wow! That one of the microwave is REALLY lifelike! :-)
Philocalist, I have to agree with you. I mean the shadows and reflections. That is what I call true art.Oh, and the others aren't bad either (grin).
Thanks, I'm glad you noticed. I had to work for hours with the angles and the lighting to get the microwave print just right. The real victory comes the day one of my guests try to heat up a cup of tea in it.
We told him that one day his prints would come, and he didn't believe us!
Sure, but where's the white hoarse?
Well, yeah, OK. But I gotta tell ya E., no self-respectin' kid would ever stick 'em up sooo-ooo neatly!
That's a good point. But then, even when I was a kid chronologically, I never really was mentally. So I guess I'll never be one, hard as I might try.
"I'll never be [a kid], hard as I might try."Hard ass makes might right. Boy.As Chuck Norris might have said."But the Chuckster lets his FISTS do all his talking!" ;-)That microwave poster is SO realistic, it's making the TV screen above it believe it's dramatically affected by the interference.Even my monitor bought it, now my wallpaper's all "fracturaled".Broken, if you prefer.Rather ELEGANTLY broken, I must say...
"Come on! Put them up! What'sa matter, are you kitchen?"
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