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March 22, 2013 - 8 went

Korean Lunch Friday March 22 @ 1:00PM

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  • Henry

    "There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs." Ansel Adams

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  • Sarina

    Thank you Henry. You have fulfilled my fantasy!

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  • Henry

    Fantasy? Hmmm. I like the photo, because it reveals your natural inner self: happy, warm and outgoing. “About all you can do in life is be who you are," the feminist Rita Mae Brown once said. "Some people will love you for you. Most will love you for what you can do for them, and some won't like you at all.”

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  • Sarina

    Yes my fantasy is to have long thick hair and since Fran was in the background she contributed to my fantasy picture. Thanks Henry.

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  • Henry

    Thank you for the explanation of your fantasy. By the way I didn't take the photo. I had noticed your hair and the headband. It is indeed attractive. However, my perplexity concerning the hair persisted only for a moment, because I had not attended that Meetup, and I dismissed it. I took note too of your nice coat, the strap of your handbag and your left hand gripping a blue plastic bag containing no doubt some precious items selected from the scene of abundance we see in the background. Then there is the smile on your face that shows through as you were speaking. And though the picture doesn't convey the sound of your voice there is your right hand with the palm turned up. Two thousand years ago Quintilian wrote in a treatise for orators : "As for the hands, ... they are almost as expressive as words. ... Do we not employ them to indicate joy, sorrow, hesitation, confession, penitence, measure, quantity, number and time? Have they not power to excite and prohibit, to express approval, wonder or shame? Do they not take the place of adverbs and pronouns when we point at places and things?" And here your hand expresses joy and contributes to an overall good picture.

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