Wednesday, July 14, 2010

It's Kind of Like Food Photo Archeology

So, I recently went on a little trip for a family reunion and got some pictures of wicked good food in Chicago. I was planning on doing a post about it on Monday, but I seem to have forgotten my camera back in the house my parents rented for the reunion.

Whoopsie. Fortunately it was found and is being mailed to me, but it does mean my plans are a bit shot until it arrive. I'm going to do some digging, I don't have a lot of stuff on my computer but I'm pretty sure I have some pictures I haven't posted yet.

In the meantime I did find this. Looks awful, doesn't it? Heh, date stamp and everything. It's actually the first picture I ever took with the intention of posting on the net. I don't think I ever did put it up, but I found it in a miscellaneous folder a while back so I figured I'd share it now since I have a good excuse. I think there were more photos involved, but this seems to be the only one I kept. Makes me wonder how the others turned out. Probably frightening. Heh.

9 comments:

elra said...

It look pretty fresh to me, and it's a good photo considering that this is your first one?

Jenn AKA The Leftover Queen said...

We all have photos like this! Many of them are still on my blog! LOL!

girlichef said...

LMAO!! I look back at my "beginners" stuff and shake my head all the time. And yeah, like Jenn, much of it is stuck in time right there in the first few months-ish of my blog. Ha!

Joanne said...

I think we all have photos that we wish were sent away to some far off location and never seen again. Unfortunately some of mine are posted on the older entries of my blog...

Sage Trifle said...

A photography and design instructor (B&W film) told me years ago, "We all have to start some place".

pigpigscorner said...

Looks good to me!

Goldie said...

Mmmmmm....steak...

Jeannie said...

Still looks fresh except for the date:P

Pocky said...

I've seen worse. Just check out the early stuff on my blog. Ha! Hell some of my recent pics are still from cell phone cameras. It's just more convenient toting around a cell phone than a digital camera sometimes.

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