STOP & SHOP Deluxe Mixed Nuts

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    STOP & SHOP Deluxe Mixed Nuts

    Date Taken : 2004/12/11

    Camera: Canon 10D
    Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens
    Exposure: f/16 at 1 second, ISO 100

    Ingredients: cashews, brazils, almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, peanut oil, salt.

    Lighting was two Home Depot work lights (with ordinary 100 watt bulbs), diffused through an old bedsheet.

    dormente, jamelikat, elliotc_uk, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Little Grey 50 months ago | reply

      wow,amazing shot. makes me want some.

    2. jamelikat 50 months ago | reply

      nice handful and a superb shot. That macro lens is earning its keep. Faved.

    3. s58y 50 months ago | reply

      "That macro lens is earning its keep"

      Yes -- I seem to take mostly closeup shots and also very distant (as in many light years) shots.

    4. Milusa 43 months ago | reply

      Te invito a participar con este magnífico bodegón en nuestro 4º Concurso de Bodegones en Fotografía, el tema propuesto es "Bodegones con Frutos Secos". Por favor lee las normas del concurso . I invite you to take part with this magnificent Still Life in our 4º Contest of Still life in Photography, The proposed topic is "Still Life with Dried Fruits". Please read the rules of the contest.
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    6. s58y 42 months ago | reply

      This one's appeared on quite a few websites, mostly diet-oriented ones. On some pages, there's a link back to here, so I can see the referring pages in the flickr stats.

    7. Radioactive Rosca 26 months ago | reply

      The brazilian nuts are radioactive.

    8. s58y 26 months ago | reply

      You'd need a really fancy detector to measure the radioactivity in Brazil nuts, though.

    9. SharynsSlant 16 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much for the use of your photo. You can find it used here in my article sharynsslant.hubpages.com/hub/SUPER-BOWL-PARTY-APPETIZER-...

    10. sanjana singh1 4 months ago | reply

      Hey thanks for your image. I have used it on our article here www.stylecraze.com/articles/9-healthy-sources-of-fat-for-...

    11. sigona38 2 months ago | reply

      Hi! I would like to use your picture for an e-newsletter about the health benefits of nuts. How should I credit the photo to your name? Haven't been on here much, don't see your name. Thanks, great photograph!!

    12. s58y 2 months ago | reply

      I think the creative commons page somewhere on the flickr website may list the crediting requirements.

      Lots of food-oriented websites use this photo, and my real name never appears -- they just use "s58y" as the source.

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