I’m no cake-crusher, but I think there’s something special about the photos that make you smile.
I’m also not sure how I feel about them.
On the one hand, they’re a little funny.
On a more serious note, there’s the fact that the photos are taken by a bunch of people who aren’t all that well known to each other.
In fact, there are no professional cake-throwing photographers here.
And so they’re really just snapshots of people having fun, but without any of the cake-smashing skill or precision that really distinguishes them from the professionals.
So I was curious about which photographer is best at what, and I decided to look up their pictures to find out.
I’ll tell you how I did it.
I asked my social media manager if I could borrow one of their photographs.
She was kind enough to let me borrow one, but she asked me to keep it a secret from the photographers.
I’ve never had any problems with my photos, so I was fine with that.
I didn’t want to get in the way of the photographers’ day-to-day life.
I wanted to be able to capture the photos in a way that would make them more memorable to me.
And I’ve always wanted to share my photos on Instagram, so when I came across these pictures, I knew I had to share them.
And then I got on Instagram to do that.
Then I found out the photographer had recently moved to Seattle, and they had decided to move to a different city.
I contacted the photographer’s manager, and we had a nice, cordial conversation about how to handle this new change.
I told her about my plans to move, and she said, “Great, great, thanks.”
Then I told them about the cake smashing pictures I’d just taken, and it was a quick conversation.
It was a really pleasant, light-hearted conversation.
The photos were taken in a local coffee shop that I frequented with friends, and one of them was of a bunch on a picnic table.
And the photographer was holding a cup of coffee in one hand.
She put her hand on the side of her cup, and with her other hand she was taking a picture of them.
It’s like she was trying to be a professional photographer.
And it’s amazing.
And that’s when the cake smashed happened.
The next photo shows her holding her cup up, but this one shows her with her coffee cup in her hand.
It looks like the photo was taken at a different angle, but the cake has shattered on her side of the cup.
The photo was also taken with the same lens and shutter speed.
So she was using the same camera.
So when the photographer saw the cake, she had to react.
It looked like the photographer didn’t know what to do.
But she said something like, “You know what?
I’m not going to hurt you.
I just want you to enjoy your coffee.”
And she was right.
I mean, it looks like it’s not even broken yet, but it’s a little bit of a shock.
But then, when the photo is taken again, you can see the cracks in her face, and the cup is shattered, and her hand is covered in some sort of dust.
And now the photo shows that the glass is still on the table, so the person is still sitting on it.
And this is when I know that I’m actually doing the right thing.
I can’t believe she actually does that.
And if I were a professional cake maker, I would have to tell her that.
That would be the end of my coffee career, and then I wouldn’t be able do anything to her.
The photographer said, and that was the last time I ever saw the photo, she told me.
“I’m sorry,” I said, I didn´t mean it.
It doesn’t matter if she’s not sorry, because I don’t have to do anything.
But I told the photographer I’ll give her one more photo to take.
She went to take another photo, and when she came back, she said to me, “It looks like you are right.”
I was like, okay.
But the next photo showed the photographer holding the cup of milk she’d just gotten, and there’s a tear on her face.
I don´t know why she would do that, because it doesn’t look like the coffee has broken.
But it was the photo that really got me, because this person had just gotten milk, and now she´s upset.
And she’s like, why did you take that picture?
And I told him, “I wasn’t sure if you wanted to take it, but if you take it now, you’re not going anywhere.”
And he went back to take his photo.
And there was another photo that showed her holding a plate full of milk, with a coffee cup on top.