Things change. That's why this photo is not a tintype. That's why you're seeing it on a computer, rather than on paper. That's why this photo was taken with my new camera, not the old point-n-shoot, nor its two film-based predecessors. Advances in technology, right?
Well, cultural values change too, as do political circumstances. That's why an originalist interpretation of the Constitution is unrealistic. Read a little more about it here.
Meanwhile, I'm gonna go do some interpretation of those tomatoes. What you're seeing is Sungolds, Sweet Millions, and that oblongy one is a Juliet. How's a tomato pie sound? Little sauteed onion, some chopped basil and parsley, sliced tomatoes in a sloppy crust, showered with grated Parmigiano-Reggiano...
Oh, and one technology-based observation: If you get a new camera and you've never inserted the memory card before -- especially if you get a Nikon D70 -- maybe you should ask the store technician to put it in for you. I dinged a pin and had to have it repaired before I even took my first photo.