Not a Handle Photo

Time for another riddle, which I will unravel in my next entry. For now, all I want to do is tease readers by saying that what you see below is not a photo of Michael Welch’s #195 handle (nor is it a photo of the #195 impression for those who want to get technical):

Anyone who has photographed or studied photographs of seal impressions will readily acknowledge that what I said is true.

And this is not my favorite group, Heritage Singers, singing the title track from my favorite Heritage Singers album:

G.M. Grena


5 Responses to “Not a Handle Photo”

  1. pithom Says:

    Then, what could it be a photo of? An excellent replica?

    • G.M. Grena Says:

      Ladies & gentlemen of the jury, I submit to you one “Pithom” who obviously has never “photographed or studied photographs of seal impressions” (at least not from a technical perspective of the image itself rather than simply the icons &/or inscriptions).

      And no, it is not a photo of a replica, but thanks for your continued interest in the subject.

  2. pithom Says:

    Then, I am completely befuddled as to what that photo (if it is one) could be of! Does the mystery have something to do with the shadows and/or lighting? The mw195_vi.jpg and mw195_seal.jpg pictures are alike in every feature I can think of except for the curious uniformity of the shadows in the mw195_vi.jpg picture.

  3. pithom Says:

    Does this post have anything to do with this post? If so, I suspect this is not a single handle photo, but a combination of handle photos combined with the help of Photoshop (or a similar software).

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