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  1. I've been doing a lot of photography here lately (a grim necessity if you have an Etsy shop.) One of the recommendations for the photos used in the shop is for a close-up of some detail. At first I tried to get close to the pot to take these, but then I realized that my camera has so much resolution available that it worked a lot better to just zoom into a shot of the whole pot until I found something good. In the course of this I discovered that you could see stuff in the glaze surface that wasn't obvious to the naked eye, and I became somewhat obsessed with looking at these extreme closeups. I even wrote a blog post about them a day of two ago, and it occurred to me that maybe some folks here would find the idea interesting. Here are some examples:
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