9/23/11

CATEGORY and SUBCATEGORIES GALORE!


This weeks Sepia Saturday is a fellow sitting in a chair. It could be a category. Yes indeed, “Man In Chair” sounds like a perfectly reasonable category title.

Without category intent, I can say that I have acquired a large collection of one man sitting in chairs. Okay, there’s also a shot of him sitting on a bed so I guess that would be a subcategory. He also stands perfectly straight in front of things. Actually, I’m not convinced the standing shots are real. I believe it’s possible that his wife simply had a cut-out made that she took with her on vacations.

The shot I’m about to show you has so many categories that it boggles the mind. I’ll list just a few and let you guess the others:
Man In Chair
Cutting the Cake. Okay, officially this is not completely true. We don’t actually see any cutting or even a knife. I suppose I should call this an "anticipatory cake cutting" subcategory. I have others that would easily fit into this subcategory.

Man With Nice Legs, short, but nice. Open toe shoe no less.

Double Exposure

Woman in Adirondack Chair



I think you can see where this is going. There are categories and subcategories galore. And of course once categorized I’ll be keeping a watchful eye for more to add to the collection. Join in! Add your own!

And should anyone have any Fart Fairy images let me know. I'm thinking they deserve their own web page. And for those who only stop by here occasionally...yes, you missed a Fart Fairy.

17 comments:

  1. And to think, I've threw away those double exposures! There are always the negatives though!

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  2. Oh never never! Think of all those magically odd images to be explored. How I wish I'd pawed through the trashcans at photo shops and drugstores when people went to pick up their prints. Some would sort through them right at the counter tossing the "ruined" ones into the trash. Just imagine what we're missing!

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  3. I like the double exposure category. That’s one I could join in with!

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  4. I agree these double exposures are tantalising, because so often you can't quite see enough of either exposure to quite work out what's going on. Great post, though.

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  5. Oh yes I do like this! But this one looks so good it's almost like a real reflection from a window or something! very cool!

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  6. What a fun post ...you had me looking hard at those legs ;-)

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  7. Hmmm. I think I see a Grant Wood hanging on the wall. ;o)

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  8. It looks like some sort of magic made the man's bottom half disappear.

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  9. Oh the comments and the thoughts this brings....almost ghostly in parts....I laughed at those legs and shoes though! So many of these double exposures were tossed it is interesting to have one.

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  10. Too funny how the ladies legs are almost perfectly suited to fit under the table as if they were his, a little cross dressing on his birthday!
    :) See theres beauty and creativity, even double exposed ones! Thanks for something out of the norm

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  11. His look says. "Who's done this to me?"

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  12. Only double exposure? I'd be prepared to believe it was triple exposure! To think digital photography has deprived us of these wonderful moments.

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  13. Very interesting, the double exposure provides a feeling that the photo is some kind of form of art.

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  14. It makes it look as if those ladies are outside the window making fun of him.

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  15. A new meme theme? Thanks for a fun post.

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  16. THIS-IS-PRICELESS!!

    loved the "open toe shoes"...

    he looked like he was forced to celebrate his birthday though...

    ah well, it's not bothering him now, is it!!

    HUGZ

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  17. Yes, digitals have robbed us of the fabulous double exposure. They were truly interesting photos, to say the least! I love his sleek legs and fancy shoes for his birthday.

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