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A Table Full of Life (A Tribute to Shu)*
20-JUN-2005 Traveller

A Table Full of Life (A Tribute to Shu)*

It struck me that everyone posts...really nice, really clean images. But what does real life look like?

Canon EOS 350D
1/60s f/3.5 at 18.0mm iso100 with Flash full exif

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ctfchallenge30-Jun-2005 03:05
Sure looks like you like purple. The wall color, table, can of cola , cereal box, etc... I see a hint of selective coloring ;) or those orange bananas, and purple can of coke, I remember the Special K having a red K. A very fun photo to look at and search for those little things :)

dorys23-Jun-2005 22:40
where do they grow orange bananas? what do they taste like? i'm wondering if blue coke tastes anywhere like blue hawaiians? this image leaves me with much to much to contemplate. :-)
Canon DSLR Challenge23-Jun-2005 03:25
Fun image, Traveller. Now I have plenty of spaces like this in my house, but you just won't find me taking pictures of them... ;) LOL -- Jeannie (jburly)
Mikel Featherston23-Jun-2005 02:43
Shu's work is *much* cleaner than this!

And bright orange bananas are scary.
Guest 22-Jun-2005 19:36
Special K in a blue box? Coke in a blue can? What's going on here - is this some kind of alternate universe?
Canon DSLR Challenge22-Jun-2005 08:23
Oh Andy, You've caught me, this revals far tooooooo
Be Good, Traveller
Canon DSLR Challenge21-Jun-2005 16:07
There is evidence of conflict here (get it)

Special K and coke is conflict. Life's like that. A need to be healthy, a desire to satisfy our cravings. I think we are getting a real insight into Traveller, unless you are leading us up the garden path. I like images that reveal the artist.

Michael Puff21-Jun-2005 00:51
LOL...this shot breathes new meaning into the still life genre. -Michael