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Thread: Making Cakes

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    LRPS Alison's Avatar
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    Feb 2006

    Making Cakes

    Far too cute not to share

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    Too square to be hip. almo's Avatar
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    Sweet home Ala... Florida

    Re: Making Cakes

    The dynamics of the light in your kitchen... It's almost as if you desinged it for portrait work.

    Great shots Ali!
    John Cowan
    Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.
    ~Ernest Hemingway~

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    They call me P-Wac JETA's Avatar
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    Pacific NW

    Re: Making Cakes

    Far too cute is right!

    What happened to the little one's forehead? (())
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    LRPS Alison's Avatar
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    Re: Making Cakes

    Thanks John. I love the light in my kitchen!!!

    As for Trinny's forehead Jeta...
    On the 6th of August, my 18 year old daughter Gina, took both the babies to the shop for some chocolate.
    They were gone for a little while when I heard screaming and crying coming up my path.
    Gina's shouting outside, "Mum!!! Quick open the door!!!"
    I open the door to see Trinny's face totally covered in blood.
    She had fallen in the road as they crossed it.
    I dabbed her face with a wet flannel to see how much damage there was. The cut on her forehead must have been caused by a sharp stone. I could see it was deep enough to need medical attention.
    They put 3 steristrips across it along with a big white plaster. Here she is 2 hours after she had done it. (The little yellow teddy in the bg was given to her by the nurse)

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