Coffee photos anyone?

CoffeeDetective

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I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post this...but imagine someone will rap my knuckles if I'm not. : )

I just added a 'coffee photos' page to my site. I have added three of my own photos, but would love to kick-start the page with some more photos from other people.

Maybe some coffee art photos, or photos of your favorite coffee mug.

You can add your photos here:
http://www.coffeedetective.com/coffee-photos.html

Best wishes,

Nick
 

davidsbiscotti

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Great site Nick, I posted two of my photos. The mocha & biscotti on a hardwood cutting board photo I took myself. The manual coffee grinder I entered in your grinder section, is a stock photo. I can take a better digital photo of it if necessary. Thanks!

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Love the photos! Thanks. I have added both to the site.

The cutting board is amazing...a perfect tonal match for the biscotti!

Which woods did you use?

Nick
 

davidsbiscotti

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Thanks Nick, I elected to receive notices of new photos added.

A few years ago, I made about 50 hardwood cutting boards, using Walnut, Cherry and Maple woods. Sold most of them, kept a few. I love the rich grain and colors of hardwoods, especially after a few coats of food grade mineral oil.
 

davidsbiscotti

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I know, I saw the Editor's note, thanks Nick!

Shadow745 allowed me to enter his espresso photo, looks great right?
 

davidsbiscotti

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Hey Nick, nice filter!

Can I post this pic? I'll call it "glass and steel".
With this photo, I tried to add a level of sophistication to the coffee drinker that we really don't see much of in coffee pics.

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Sure you can - and tell the story about "sophistication". People usually "grab" a coffee...but it can also be the centerpiece for a more formal moment.
 

davidsbiscotti

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Nick,

Thanks for the BTW note and link!

Your Coffee Detective silhouette makes for a nice addition to my links page as well. I'm sure my customers will be paying your site a visit and will enjoy all of the info it provides. :wink:

Calling all coffee lovers, be proud, pin up your photos: Coffee beans - Mugs - Espresso shots - Latte art........

http://www.coffeedetective.com/coffee-photos.html
 

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