Pixels and droplets and stone

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Pixels and droplets and stone

Post by rjlittlefield »

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Interest, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.

My wife wanted a recording of the cemetery stone; I thought the process was more interesting.

Not necessarily pleasant ("It was a dark and stormy day..."), but far more interesting.

I understand the picture of the stone came out fine for her purposes. For mine, this picture of the picture of the stone seems better. :)

The camera serving as subject is a Canon A710; the camera taking this shot was an HTC Droid Incredible 2. No devices were injured in the making of this picture. :roll:

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Post by tpe »

Very funny, first I thought it was a picture of a print with rain on it but couldnt understand how the printer could print square blodges :).

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Post by gmazza »

Interesting, the idea looks great at this magnification.
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