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Friday, January 23, 2009

good at looking


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he more you observe and look at things the better you get at observing and looking at things and this website is no exception. Poptophorror has evolved since its inception and the photos are updated often. I get insipiration from all kinds of sources and who doesnt like to look at pictures so I spend time researching recipes and cooking techniques often by looking at pictures and looking at pictures often will take me on tangents whereby I am now only looking at pictures, pictures that have nothing to do with cooking.



Here is another example of looking at things good. I like things to be good looking and I like when good lookers keep on looking, try to say that 5 times fast.



Here is a pretty picture I took a few days ago.

17 comments:

TavoLini said...

It is amazing what one can find on the internet. I ran across some of Jeff Wall's work the other day. (hope that html works)

At any rate, check the Invisible Man piece in room 6.

buffalodick said...

I am overwhelmed easily.. the knowledge available over the Internet is staggering- to say the least.

doggybloggy said...

tavolini: Jeff Wall huh? never heard of him...interesting stuff.. I know these two guys that I linked to.

doggybloggy said...

buff: it is overwhelming sometimes...

The Blonde Duck said...

I tried with PB in my mouth. :)

Harmony said...

I am good at looking too...just not good for looking. :-p

And oh how I love to look at your goods!

doggybloggy said...

TBD: did it sound like bubawuba wubba bubba wuba?

harmony: then you are good lookin' so good lookin

Marjie said...

I'm with buff...the internet is overwhelming. So I'm looking out my back window at the good looking snow, and being glad I don't have to go out in it.

starrlife said...

I love those expanses, the one on your post and the one with the cedars. I feel like I could just lie down in the grass and be one with the universe. Thanks for the share...

Just telling it like it is said...

funny that is how I get inspired to write my blog my one creative outlet...and cooking is an art...
Like minds...

doggybloggy said...

marjie: do you use the internet with your homeschooling?

starrlife: yeah those shots are great arent they...

just telling: we probably have more in common than you imagine...

ChefBliss.com said...

Thanks for introducing me to these -- well, one at least. I love the wonderful finds on the net. It's incredible what is out there!!

SoCal Pastry Chef said...

Ok... I think it is waaaay to late for me to read that last line, and try to comprehend. Although I do love the photos that you've chosen.

My mind still hasn't quite caught up yet... so I'll be right back. I need a V8.

Jeanne said...

It seems entirely appropriate to me for you to showcase artwork on your site today -- beautiful art nourishes the soul in the same way food nourishes the body.

doggybloggy said...

chefbliss: you didnt like the pastoral scenes?

socal: when I first saw the V8 I thought it was some texting symbol that I couldnt figure out...

jeanne: now that is a silver lining...thanks.

Harmony said...

I love "looking" at that picture you took...it is fabulous, but you already know that!

I would love to have the "eye" for photography...every now and then I get a good shot...but I would like to be able to spot one when I see it. I definitely need to spend more time with the camera.

Chef E said...

Cool

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