Lovely, but I see it with a thick helping of brown gravy right across it. Did you try it that way?
My flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rovingmike/sets/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/rovingmike/sets/
A book or two: http://www.blurb.co.uk/books/6512012-doing-london; http://www.blurb.co.uk/books/5943794...leeding-London http://www.blurb.co.uk/books/1932477-cochin http://www.blurb.co.uk/books/4437554-bloomsbury-gallery
Personally I'd prefer a drizzle of olive oil myself.
I need to get out more - my first thought was "Oooh, what sort of camera is that?".
Actually, thinking about it, I think I have the perfect side dish:
(you may have guessed by now that I like that - I have a thing for obtuse visual gags, and I wish I could make them this well)
All part of the fun of extreme vintage photography!
"They're all just cameras, and which one you choose is often a matter of historical accident and how rich you were feeling when you bought them." - Roger Hicks.
You'll be amazed at the carp I've posted here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gray1720/
haha i should have done tho it still works so wouldn't fancy its chances after,
when I saw the second image I thought it was repeating on me....
We are here to learn.
Some things are relevant, some aren't...just rejoice in the fact that at least you seem to have the choice to decide which is which.
Really nice simple clean image.
My final thoughts are that 'dinner' is clearly more expensive than 'lunch'.
That's all very well but what does Ken Rockwell have to say on the matter?