Get ready to Dive Into WristScan this weekend!
The theme for this week's WristScan is completely selfish, based on my love for food. I would like you to share a watch you are willing to wear when Diving. Diving into food, that is.
You don't have to put an MIH into your birthday cake (as my secretary did to me here).
Nor do you have to put your IWC into your drink, as I did to myself, showing off at a Purist's GTG in Hollywood:
You may simply photograph your watch while in the act of pouring a caloric or alcoholic beverage, as Dr. No demonstrates.
You may discover that a second pair of hands (also shown below) may be necessary.
Considering the appeal of recycling and sustainability nowadays, we will accept an entry that illustrates a post-consumer-waste recovery effort. Here you can see a 2000M Aquatimer dealing with 2000 worms in our bin.
( PLEASE, no other downstream meal images; this is a family-friendly place and we don't need to see your watch or yourself in a ditch after a long hard night out ...
As we define this concept "Dive In!" is a spirit of excess, so showing a calorie-free sparkling water, or a pattern in your latte made by the Starbucks barista will not qualify.
The food in the image has to have calories. Junk food is perfectly acceptable - it need not be healthy - it has to be something you want to dive into, ok?
For example a stationary shot with great tomatoes on their way to the table (sans wrist)
Wrist shot at the picking stage is okay too, we need to see the food on its way to the table
After-dinner drink seems ok, my wife is always telling me sweet wines are too many calories, yawn, snore....
It's fine by me if the food is in focus and the watch isn't -- the final say is up to the judges.
Here I am wearing a watch shirt, but my watch is hidden, so es no bueno!
Are you READY? Dive, Dive, Dive!
PS - Any candidate judges PLEASE CONTACT ME AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE. You will be given the best table in the house and one of these steaks provided by Clueless Collector aka Raymond, the perfect candidate to Judge.