People and Caffine

By: Gustav Hoiland

Apr 09 2011

Category: fisheye

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Focal Length:50mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

Teal Tabletops

Tea with a camera, polo with a camera, savored birthday dinner with camera. An entire spectrum of photos today. And ten years from now I’ll no doubt stumble through the day’s photos and flush within in a bath of remembered warmth. Chances are these images won’t cue the memory of the raw and painful ankle that I now remember whenever I stand up (polo was great).

Perhaps my favorite part of this image is the expressions and how they’re a direct response to the photo. They’re our respective poses. At least I don’t think I made this face during our hour, and I don’t recall seeing her do that impenetrable Mona Lisa.

Also, both of our ivory beverage containment devices, empty, are shown. Which I think is neat. Deal with it.

And now to begin David Foster Wallace’s posthumous THE PALE KING.

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