I only took one picture today at the dinner table. I just got back from a long day shift (14 hours) and my supper was waiting for me on the table. My mum said I could use this picture as long as I blurred her out, sadly it didn't leave much of interest left in the picture but its all I had for the day!
There is something very ironic about blurring the person and not the product that appeals to me for some reason. It is so unexpected and jarring that I think it works well. Of course now we are all desperate to see a clear picture of your mother, or will there be a series of blurred appearances? Might be quite cool.
I quite like this image. Having you mum blurred out really changes the the mood and atmosphere of the image. If I was just looking at this photo without reading the comments I would gather that the person across the table happy to see the person home (back from work) but the viewer is quite exhausted after a long day and can only concentrate of going through the motions of having something to eat and going straight to sleep.
Maybe I'm reading too much into it, but I really like this image.