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Rose and Clothes Peg


Two diametrically opposed objects.

The sweet fragrance of a rose against the clothes peg traditionally placed on the nose to block foul odours.

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Re: Rose and Clothes Peg


A nice capture Ian and quite witty when explained. Have you introduced a little grain into this one Ian.
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Re: Rose and Clothes Peg


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tomdpk wrote:

A nice capture Ian and quite witty when explained. Have you introduced a little grain into this one Ian.



yes Tommy, I used my Ilford FP4 Grain preset


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Re: Rose and Clothes Peg


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tomdpk wrote:

A nice capture Ian and quite witty when explained.



Wot he said. emoticon Great idea to include the peg as part of the composition Ian.

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