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Pear Skin

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In this post, I’m talking about completely different several topics. 

To start, all of those are the photos of peeled skin of a pear.  

— peeled and dried skin.     The photo, top photo was taken by

the 4th version of Double-Density Pinhole. (Shutter speed was 1/30th)

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And this photo was taken by the Two Elements Homemade Lens.

(Equivalent of  F4.5  and 1/250th)

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Then this is the normal kind of photo taken by the Canon EF 40 mm F2.8.  

(at F11 and  1/100th)     Something special was that all those three photos

were taken on the ISO 25,600 setting !  —– Even with such high ISO setting,

the color and the smooth tonal character wasn’t too bad though, very peculiar

point was that the rough grain appeared only on the top (pinhole) photo.

 = a sort of common knowledge,  the rough grain appears on high ISO setting

= if that was the case, why other two photos doesn’t show the grain at all  ? ? ?

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The another matter here was,

why drying the fruits peel ?

Well, in order to prevent the fruits Fly

appear, I decided not to make a wet 

garbage in a bin, but first dry them 

spread next to the window.

(Fly doesn’t come to the exposed, half dry skin)

Once, fruits skin, orange peel etc were dried, they never attract fly = it’s mean

there wouldn’t be any conflict.  (may looks a bit messy though, nobody sees it.)

I think this is the Buddhist like solution — remove the cause, resulting no conflict,

fight or killing = What a peaceful solution.  Don’t you agree ?   🙂

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  1. elenacaravela said, on September 6, 2014 at 22:57

    I do agree. I love the concept of shooting the peel-brilliant!

  2. sumowkowespotkania said, on September 18, 2014 at 01:48

    unique post, again love getting away from the flowers 🙂 keep your style yoshizen, it is very special!!!

    • yoshizen said, on September 18, 2014 at 03:07

      Thank you Wanda. Believe or not, you know this blog is about Zen !
      The Camera and the photos were just happen to be there. 😀


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