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Nov 26, 2008 13:51 |  #1

A couple shots from an experiment my cousin and I did last weekend. Just a snapple bottle, some matches (taped to the end of a long straw), and rubbing alcohol.

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Nov 26, 2008 21:58 |  #2

Great colours! I like the first one in particular.

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Nov 27, 2008 02:41 |  #3

Oh man, I'm going to try this! I love the idea. And both of those shots appeal to me.


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Nov 27, 2008 06:23 as a reply to  @ TekHouse's post |  #4

Cool colors! I like the flames inside the bottle in the first image. Looks like a Peter Max version of a cloud. Just wish the arm was not in that shot.




  
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Nov 27, 2008 08:34 |  #5

that's pretty cool AND I think we've trade some lenses in the past :-)


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Nov 28, 2008 06:44 as a reply to  @ Mr Tiles's post |  #6

Oh man thats so much fun. i used to do this with 2 liter coke bottles. I think i might have to steal this idea:oops: Thanks for sharing, these look great.

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