... where it's not about the camera.
Vegetable erotica I'm used to.But corn bondage?
Yes! Produce blogging!Indeed, those are some orderly pears. But somehow they bring me a sense of. . . comfort. Fantastic work, Rick. And thanks. My Friday can begin.
Rick, how about offering those cool produce photos in a size that we could use for a computer desktop? Realize that it sounds like giving away the shop -- maybe put your name in a watermark?
My family's been in the produce business since 1868, so these made my day.If you want to see what would have been produce blogging a century ago, check out the photos of Charles Jones (1866-1959), published as a book by Sexton & Johnson a few years back. ISBN 0-7651-0836-4.
Matt... several times in the past I have suggested that people send me an email if they want a particular photo large enough to use for a desktop, but nobody ever takes me up on that. Bart... thanks for the info! I was aware of the famous vegetable photos of Edward Weston, but thus far I had not heard of Charles Jones. I've done some Googling and I think I'll get one of those "Plant Kingdom" books.
Rick - I'm new to your producr blogging. I'd never have imagined that an ear of corn could be so moving. How do you manage to see the extraordinary in such ordinary things?Cheers -Bill
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