Rugs

EXIF

Once in a while there is a question popping up in the comments section about EXIF information on my photos. I never actually put that type of information on this blog. I think it is a bit boring and too technical to put it on every post. Most people do not care about it. I think only photographers do as they want to know how it was done so maybe they can try it as well. So while I’m not putting that type of information here for your enjoyment, the reality is that it is only three clicks away, for any photo on my blog. As most of you know, each photo on this blog is linked to my photo gallery at smugmug (it is where I put the high resolution photos so you can download for your desktops or even purchase some prints…I can dream about it…), so when you click on the photo, it will redirect you to my photo gallery. There just hover over any photo on the right side (first you need to select it on the left) and you’ll see a little window with some information, one of them is blue letter “i”. Click on it and you’ll see another little window with Photo Details.

Persian Beauty

Do you have a rug at your house (apartment/room/crib)? Where do you put it? On the floor or on the wall? I bet if you are American, then it is on the floor in your living room and/or dining rooms, maybe in bed rooms as well. But it is not on the wall. Did you know that in many other countries people do not put these beauties on the floor, ever, but hang it on the wall, like covering entire walls with one rug from the ceiling to the floor. It is nice decoration and it actually keeps the wall warm in the winter.  I grew up with one of these beauties hang on the wall in our living room by day, bed room by night room. Haven’t seen one hanging on the wall here in US in a long time, well, actually never.

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6 thoughts on “Rugs

  1. Who knew ? Beautiful. Re tech info: men get all hung up on equipment, women talk about the image… to make a sweeping generality. But the best new vacuum cleaner in the world won’t turn itself on and vacuum your floor. Images are about looking, seeing, ideas, and feelings….
    Yours are always great !

  2. Beautiful pattern. In NYC at a famous rug store they encourage you to put them on the ground and actually put them on the sidewalk outside so people would walk on them. Go figure. LOL

  3. My dad received one as a gift from a patient years ago. Mom and Dad gave it to my sister years ago. It has hung on her dining room wall ever sonce. So very beautiful!

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