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Tuesday, 11 December 2007

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The picture is right side up. It is the NEW YORK TIMES that is upside down.

No, I turned my head, and the photo is OK. It appears that the printing is upside down.

--Marc

This is aimed at the large format photographer market only. Don't know why they forgot to flip and reverse the letters, though.

I think it was made during his famous tour of Australia.

Those are inversion boots (early prototypes) he is holding his hat so it didn't fall off.

So that is not a Georg Baselitz painting of a Olaf Wieghorst painting? Or maybe a John Baldasari painting after a Georg Baselitz painting of a Olaf Wieghorst painting of a cowboy dressed up as William Cody?

I have a feeling the text is only shown on the website. I hope they're not so crass as to print "The New York Times" on the actual photo.

It's not upside-down. It's what the photographer saw on the ground glass.

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