Looking Into

January 3, 2008

No Good Milk (A Brillig Challenge*)

Filed under: Allison — alljenn @ 02:03

*Full explanation here OR here OR even here
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4 Comments »

  1. Wait… this was with a pinhole camera?? No. Way. The colors are so lush and it’s basically clear. Really??? Cool photo, no matter how you took it. But clarify, please. Inquiring (and very tired) minds want to know.

    No not a pinhool camera but excellent memory!! It is with a basic point and shoot camera with limited zoom capabilities. In my house we call it the “idiot” camera. ~ Allison

    Comment by Jen in MI — January 3, 2008 @ 04:28

  2. oh now I want to know the story about the milk! What’s up with the milk?

    This is for both you and Jenn – part of my job is to travel around the state and visit community-based NGOs that are working to make their cities or rural regions safer and better places to live and work. I was in a down-trodden neighborhood in a hard-scrabble city that was once an industrial powerhouse. This little note was on the front lawn of the NGO’s building. I imagine it had been taped to the door of a local grocery store. Maybe by a disgruntled customer? ~ Allison

    Comment by goofball — January 3, 2008 @ 11:39

  3. I am so pleased that your “bad” camera took such a wonderful shot. Stellar compostition aside, I like the way the lens caught the light. I am intrigued too about what the story may be behind this. I understand why it caught your eye to capture it with the camera, but like Goofball, would love it if that sign could talk so it could say where its been.

    Not “bad” so much as “simple”. It doesn’t have the bells and knobs of “fancy” cameras but like we’ve said, it can still take beautiful, intriguing and/or fun shoots (sometimes all three at once). ~ Allison

    Comment by jenn in holland — January 3, 2008 @ 15:57

  4. I got all twitterpated for a minute thinking that you took this with a pin hole camera.

    Comment by CableGirl — January 5, 2008 @ 18:30


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