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Written by Brian Grover   
Sunday, 08 November 2009 08:41
Assignment Number Ten
In this assignment you'll be looking for opportunities to illustrate the number three. This assignment is designed to enhance your powers of observation. With a little awareness and a little close cropping you should be able to find numerous -- a triptych perhaps -- suitable subjects within your immediate neighborhood.

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Three cans a-spraying, two turtle doves, and a partrige in a pear tree.

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Three kakashi or scarecrows presiding over a field in Nara Prefecture, Japan.

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Three temporary totems. Kent Avery's granite installations rise and fall with the tides in Vancouver's Stanley Park through much of the summer.

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I call this one "Everyman Has His Price". Taken in the shop window of a sad little haberdasher's many years ago on Vancouver's East Hastings Street with an inferior quality slide film, this shot could clearly use a rescan.

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