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|View Poll Results: what is in the background?|
|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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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."
Nick Carter's "Baby and Crib?"
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.
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!
Ken, ( Corel )
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