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    sorry about the fingerprint Brain; but it isn't one of mine.....

    Maria M.G., atsjebosma, Vali..., and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. redeyesatdawn 47 months ago | reply

      love the colour contrast

    2. (:Andrzej:) 47 months ago | reply

      brilliant macro

    3. qrksp02 [deleted] 47 months ago | reply


    4. mademoiselle_nastya 47 months ago | reply

      wow!great macro shot!

    5. green little monster 47 months ago | reply

      lemon will ease the fingerprint burn

    6. Samantha Nicol Art Photography 47 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Cafe Elite , and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      This is amazing...instant fave!

    7. Bkort photography 47 months ago | reply

      That just adds character, what a FANTASTIC shot, the focus is BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    8. Chris H# 47 months ago | reply

      Amazing minimal focus, superb shot!

    9. Het broertje van.. 47 months ago | reply

      Simply brilliant!!!!

    10. helen sotiriadis 46 months ago | reply

      wow that's gorgeous!

    11. Trev Grant 46 months ago | reply


      Now for the forensics.......

    12. Art Rock (Hennie) 46 months ago | reply

      With your permission, I have posted your picture in my blog Art for art's sake with proper reference of course.

    13. quiksilver_ice (more out than in!) 46 months ago | reply

      Whoa! a crack shot and sticky fingers! Hard evidence indeed, but my guess was to be - Professor Plum in the Library with the lead pipe. Some days you just can't win!

    14. mr.KIO 46 months ago | reply

      Brilliant macro shot

    15. europeanasian 46 months ago | reply

      interesting, well captured!

    16. duqueıros 46 months ago | reply

      beautiful art !!

    17. ggabor 46 months ago | reply

      Very Jenny-like excellence :-)))

    18. miss_kcc 46 months ago | reply

      wow! Not sure what it is, but I like it!

    19. word artist 34 months ago | reply

      Featured in the Learn Composition by Example Composition principle thread on Anchoring (and the matching The Image Composer article)

      The key element in this image - the one without which it would not work despite the beautiful dynamic range - is that small touch of shadow/reflection where it makes contact with the background surface. A very simple detail that holds the whole in place. Context and support.

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