I drink my Jacobs Cronat Gold coffee now (mmmmh…), with honey and cream, and think how beautiful Life is:)
My experiment is over – the week without coffee, black and green tea, beer, wine, chocolate and other things, which contain caffeine, tanine and alcohol:)
And here come the long-awaited results from this experiment:
- I survived;-)
- I feel good:-)
- Everything is much tastier to me now:-)
I may repeat the experiment, one day. But now…
…I plan to have some crispy potato chips tonight (or fried potatos), together with some nice, cold beer, mmmmh;-)
Yes, I am firmly decided. It’ll be this week. I start right now. This morning.
The experiment will continue exactly one week, or 168 hours. From Friday to Friday.
I will exclude from my daily diet everything, which contains caffeine and alcohol, also tannin. Any stimulating or calming chemical substances.
I won’t drink coffee. Regular coffee, and also decaffeinated coffee. Nor soluble coffee. No coffee at all.
I won’t eat chocolate. Nor waffers. You won’t be able to seduce me even with Lindt pralinés (although this one will be tough, If you’ve tried Lindt Lindor, mmmmmh… then you know what I’m talking about;-)
In the evening, I won’t drink a beer or two to relax. The wine also will be included in my “black list”. Same for the tea with some honey and a bit of whiskey, before going to bed.
I won’t drink green tea as well, as it contains caffeine and tannin. Nor black tea. Only herbal infusions and Rooibos tea.
You won’t be able to tempt me with some Coke, too.
Everything which is stimulating and calming goes into this list. You won’t see me even with my favourite Aldo Morelli bent pipe, blowing small beautiful smoke clouds to the wind (not that you can see me with it often, anyway, but this way the list looks more impressive;-)
I avow, that this post by the famous photographer Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir (no, don’t ask me to pronounce this Icelandic name!:-) inspired me… And also a question on the same subject, which my wife asked me a few days ago:
How this is done? And this?
Can a normal digital camera be used for this purpose?
Can the technique be reproduced using Macromedia Fireworks?
So, here’s the answer:
It could be done using a variety of methods.
The results are shown above [click on the thumbnail to see the image in full size]:-)
This is it – short and sweet. It’s me in the office today, shot by my small Pentax Optio S40 digital camera. And this is me, again… although, my second me is holding a knife and looks a bit evil;-)
If there’s interest, I may try to write a tutorial on it:-)