details

17 Responses to “details”

  1. adding the word
    perfect to any
    substantive takes
    considerable care,
    a quiver of
    qualifiers, and a
    good deal of
    intentional milling
    about. try to
    tell me this is not
    the perfect broccoli
    .
    20130302:1042
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  2. It is the perfect broccoli and already cut!

  3. […] details | yi-ching lin photography […]

  4. Easy to walk past this scene without noticing it – well seen. Love how you worked in the red of the bags to frame the green broccoli.

  5. recently we bought lasagne with cattle meat – but later we heard inside had been horse meat – so you never really know all details …

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