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Old September 28th 04, 08:28 AM
William Graham
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Well, just in case anyone thinks the National Geographic is perfect, there's
a full page photograph on page 112 of this month's issue that is printed
backwards.


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Old September 28th 04, 12:49 PM
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Well, just in case anyone thinks the National Geographic is perfect,

there's
a full page photograph on page 112 of this month's issue that is printed
backwards.


Maybe next time you will read the text that accompanies the image (pg. 113)
before you get too excited?

"...tintypes...The resulting positive images appear backwards, as in a
mirror."

Jim Kramer


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Old September 28th 04, 09:54 PM
William Graham
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"jimkramer" wrote in message
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"William Graham" wrote in message
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Well, just in case anyone thinks the National Geographic is perfect,

there's
a full page photograph on page 112 of this month's issue that is printed
backwards.


Maybe next time you will read the text that accompanies the image (pg.

113)
before you get too excited?

"...tintypes...The resulting positive images appear backwards, as in a
mirror."

Jim Kramer


Ha! - You're right.....But, after all, did they really have to print one
backwards to illustrate the point?


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Old September 28th 04, 09:54 PM
William Graham
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"jimkramer" wrote in message
...
"William Graham" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s02...
Well, just in case anyone thinks the National Geographic is perfect,

there's
a full page photograph on page 112 of this month's issue that is printed
backwards.


Maybe next time you will read the text that accompanies the image (pg.

113)
before you get too excited?

"...tintypes...The resulting positive images appear backwards, as in a
mirror."

Jim Kramer


Ha! - You're right.....But, after all, did they really have to print one
backwards to illustrate the point?


 




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