As I think I've mentioned before, sometimes I end up with digital photographs in the trusty red Kodak's memory card that are a total mystery to me. Or, to put it another way, I seem to be able to raise bad photography to a whole new level. In fact, Kodak would probably prefer that I not tell you I used their technology to create this kind of damage.
Here. Let me show you the latest:
This is a photograph of...some swirly things. I'm sure these were not in the view finder when I took the picture, but I have no idea what was.
And here we have some multicolored dots:
And some more multicolored dots:
(These remind me of those picture puzzles where, if you squinted long enough, you could see words, or bunnies, or something. Or so I'm told. I never could see anything but the dots themselves because of my mostly unilateral vision.)
Which brings us to the two photographs that actually came out as intended:
The almost last of the tomatoes:
And absolutely the very last rose of summer:
And that's all I have to show you this time...