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    Several cruises ago, it wouldn't have occurred to me to take a photo of my dish. The only photos I would take of food would be of any special presentations (like midnight buffets).
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    Not only do we take pictures of our food, but sometimes we pose with it!
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    Great photo, Sharon!
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    I taken two pictures of my food at Viking Xprs picnic-cruise. Dessert and feed:
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    Is that salmon on the main plate? And are those shrimp?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruisin' chick View Post
    Several cruises ago, it wouldn't have occurred to me to take a photo of my dish. The only photos I would take of food would be of any special presentations (like midnight buffets).
    Same here. I had no idea it is normal to take pictures of food. Of course, my photo plans do include the champagne waterfall now.

    But this thread and others like it inspire me to take a picture of my fettuchine in a parmasean bowl before I cut the noodles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smart Traveler View Post
    Same here. I had no idea it is normal to take pictures of food. Of course, my photo plans do include the champagne waterfall now.

    But this thread and others like it inspire me to take a picture of my fettuchine in a parmasean bowl before I cut the noodles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nealberk View Post
    Is that salmon on the main plate? And are those shrimp?
    Yes, on the main plate is shrimp and salmon.
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