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Antique Photograph - Front Desk by Jeff Burton

Front Desk is a photograph by Jeff Burton which was uploaded on March 15th, 2013.

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My CAT for MOUSE, pick of the day! Fantastic image is all the elements! Love it! F

Congratulations your wonderful image has been FEATURED in MOUSE!! Have a great day and please visit our CAT list for your daily picks! Cheers, Barbara F/V

Great shot! v

Wonderful image love your use of shadow and light.

nice one

very nice :) v

Great mono! V.

Nice one, Jeff!! v

Lovely! v

Lovely image v

beautiful still life!

For the writer's room it would be a perfect addition! v/f/f/g+

Wonderful still life! V

great concept. v

wonderful composition, excellent black and white.

great B&W. v

fantastic b/w, v

Lovely image..v

I still have pens with several nibs for calligraphy.. wouldn't use anything else! But I'm not so old that I can claim having to use a feather quill... :) v

wonderful black and white still life

This is beautiful in b/w....believe it or not, when I was a small child growing up in England, I can recall vividly using a nib and real feather...:) But the part of the pen you held was wood, and the nib on the end. I used to come home with ink all over my hands, and sometimes some prankster behind me (boy) would stick the end of my pigtails (plaits we called them) in the inkwell as a mother was always mad at the state I came home in! :) Thanks for taking me back in time!

Jeff Burton replied:

Avis, I still use a fountain pen for my everyday writing, albeit not the type where you have to fill the ink bladder inside the pen from a bottle. There are a few things that technology can't improve upon and a finely crafted fountain pen is one of them. I appreciate hearing that this image rekindled such fond memories.

Your use of monotone gives this lovely image a timeless quality

Great still life - works well in B&W.

Nicely composed still life in B & W.

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