Dimes

I’m not entirely happy with this because I had the ISO set too high and had to use noise reduction to kill the nasty artifacts I brought upon myself. The result is what you see above: a noticeably softer image because noise reduction kinda smears everything to compensate for the dummy pushing the shutter button’s lack of skill.

Oh, so about the photo itself: it’s a stack of cans from my kitchen counter. Clean and ready to be taken back for $0.10 each. It doesn’t sound like much, but after awhile it definitely adds up. Right now I probably have accumulated $30 worth in over three months. I try to use the money for stuff I need or will last rather than buying more beer. Like a new houseplant, cleaning supplies or groceries. Basically, anything from the grocery store that I return them to that isn’t a combination of barley, hops and water.

dimes

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