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Thursday, 14 July 2011

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I hadn't scrolled down far enough and was thinking, ok, well the guy standing behind the group seems kinda out of place, and then I scrolled down and, well, yes, let just say I'm glad my laptop is of the splash proof variety! Brilliant!

Shot at Gas Mask Park in Seattle. A horizontal composition would have worked here.

Dear Mike,

Heheh!

"Our family weddings have a long tradition of making ritual human sacrifices to the gods, to ensure the good fortune of the newly-married couple.

"So far it's worked quite well for us."

pax / caption-writing Ctein

"I hadn't scrolled down far enough and was thinking, ok, well the guy standing behind the group seems kinda out of place, and then I scrolled down and, well, yes, let just say I'm glad my laptop is of the splash proof variety! Brilliant!"

That picture cracks me up. I wonder if the photographer just couldn't get the lollards out of the frame, or if s/he was going for a sort of "Dejeuner sur l'herbe" feel and failed massively. Either way it's hilarious.

Mike

Could this have been a full frame proof and the photographer would have cropped/photoshopped if it was chosen? (Of course the focus sucks, too.)

I was in Arles last week for les recontres, Mitch Epstein won the prestigious Pictet Prize=chf100,000.
I bought the book, he signed it!

We've had such a crappy summer here that when the sun finally comes out, the sun-bathers wouldn't move if someone called in an airstrike on them.

That picture is so bad it's good...just about everything is so wrong with it.

One almost wonders if it was deliberate.

Thanks for the photo and link to AFP. Brought a lot of smiles tonight.

Dang you Mike! I have waste precious hours going through the awkward photo site and then went through it with my wife. My abdominal muscles have not had that kind of work out since I don't know when.

Once again TOP made my day. AFP is a hoot.

Please stop writing about photography books, because I can't seem to stop myself buying them. Alas, I don't have unlimited means and if I continue to spend all my money on books, I won't be able to buy more camera gear...

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