13 thoughts on “An Everyday Rounded Object

      1. Laughing. That’s cool. Reading that you ran to the store to replenish the eggs reminded me of a passage in Edward Weston’s Daybooks from August 1, 1930 on photographing food: “But the pepper is well worth all the time, money, effort. If peppers would not wither, I certainly would not have attempted this one when so preoccupied. I must get this one today; it is beginning to show signs of strain and tonight should grace a salad. It has been suggested that I am a cannibal to eat my models after a masterpiece. But I rather like the idea that they become a part of me, enrich my blood as well as my vision. “

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