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View Poll Results: what is in the background?
flowers? 1 4.17%
a bed or headboard? 3 12.50%
a picasso painting? 2 8.33%
nothing - they're all hallucinating 18 75.00%
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Old 09-25-2002, 12:01 AM
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That's the spirit
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Old 09-25-2002, 12:19 AM
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Scott Rudy, who submitted the tin type baby for the challenge posted this description of the item in the background:
"The object that can barely be seen in the background is the headboard of a bed. The photo was taken in a bedroom with the baby sitting on a vanity bench or stool at the side of the bed."

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Thanks for pointing us back in the right direction, CJ.
Made of wicker, it looks like. They'd have those kind of knobs.
Nice thread, Mig.
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After inspecting the image from every conceivable angle
I must admit I can see everything everyone has mentioned.
Lips, landscape, headboard, ghosts, but try as I might I still haven’t
Seen the baby!

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