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fountain pen and sd card f.jpg

fountain pen and sd card f.jpg

Okay Jojo. Here's Norma's fountain pen. I thought I'd make a sort of statement by inserting an
SD card into the composition. There is ONE inevitable use for a pen - even today. We need
something with which to write the contents onto the little white strip.

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MarcViskens15-Mar-2012 19:06
love this composition
very well done
Alain Boussac05-Mar-2012 06:45
Excellent juxtaposition and so beautifully rendered. V.
Simon Chandler02-Mar-2012 21:48
Beautiful still life image. Pro quality. v
slhoornstra02-Mar-2012 02:57
An exquisite pen tip in an exquisite capture, David!! V
bill friedlander02-Mar-2012 00:36
Sharp, sharp, sharp. Lovely golden shine on the pen, a shame to dip it in ink. V
Phillip Normanton01-Mar-2012 22:07
All those people assuming you write 'on' your card - don't they know that the phrase is to write 'to' the card? Although what you would write I have no idea - and I don't think I'd expect a reply :o) It's a classy shot, regardless :o)
jojo 01-Mar-2012 20:15
Thank you, just what I wanted and boy it looks good
Jérôme Le Dorze01-Mar-2012 20:12
Such an amazing sharpness, nice juxtaposition !!!
Brian Samuel01-Mar-2012 20:00
I can see a writing theme evolving and this brings it up to date.
I'm impressed with the lighting, it looks very stylish.
rousselziak01-Mar-2012 15:59
Excellent idea, well done ! -V-
teachpeace01-Mar-2012 14:27
Excellent tones and composition. The reflective surface bumps it up a notch.
Stephanie01-Mar-2012 13:09
What a gorgeous fountain pen!!!!
Ummmm.... why do you write on your SD cards?
January Grey01-Mar-2012 09:06
and a beautiful fountain pen it is!! lovely composition, David.V~
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)01-Mar-2012 09:02
The representation of the analog and digital age....GREAT!
Alan K01-Mar-2012 09:00
You *write* on your SD cards? I never have mine long enough; it's always time to upgrade to a higher capacity one. My original 256 meg ones seem so quaint compared to the 16 Gig ones I use today. And leaving images on the cards makes me nervous. They get shipped off to the HDD and its backups ASAP, stamped with the relevant metadata along the way so that I can find them through a Bridge search. Occasionally.
Nice golden light reflecting from the pen in this shot, though...