Ah, I do love bubbles! Brilliant idea, Vanilla. :)What is in store for us tomorrow? :)
Not so much of an idea, JD, more a case of washing bottles out and going "ooh, look at this, this might look quite cool!" Spontaneity and in the moment stuff. :-)Tomorrow, I'm not sure, I think perhaps the vineyards up the road... :-)
I like 'em. The second one looks like a shadowy beast giving us the finger...
Oh man. I am really going to miss Phoctober.These are beautiful, like optical illusions! Thank you.
I like how the effect seems greater than the sum of its parts. The image (of bottle), and it's shadow, look like something quite different indeed.And now my mind has wondered off, to how everthing looks different with light streaming through.
Wow!Really innovative :)That bottle would never have dreamt it would be going places when it was manufactured!
That's so creative!
These are great. I wonder what everyone will do when Phoctober's over ... there might be some withdrawal symptoms! :-)
Another nice idea, great shots! You've given me an idea to do something with glasses of beer...;-)
Nice., I wish I was better at photography.And is it me, or does "Phoctober" sound slightly obscene? Nice!
Aha, Rob perhaps it is indeed a shadowy beast telling us our fortune... But I don't think so, I think the shadowy beast is just trying to hitch a ride! ;-)Yep, I'm going to miss phoctober too, Reya - I think I may be obliged to just carry on, albeit it intermittently! Glad you enjoyed the pics.
Thanks, SW! I love it when ideas just sneak up on you and present themselves as this did!This playing with light and shadows and reflections has been huge fun, Taffiny, kinda makes one look differently at all sorts of things - opens up all sorts of possibilities! :-)
Thanks, Sameera - nope, I didn't think the bottles realised "fame and travel" were part of the plan! :-)Thanks, PJ! :-)
Yep, Shameless I think withdrawal symptoms and concerns of "oh grief what can I write about on the blog today" may occur!It sounds like it will be thirsty work, Kyklops! ;-)Thanks and erm, yes, Onipar, I think it was meant to sound a bit obscene... some people's minds, I tell you... :-)
the more you do of these the better they're getting: i mean these shadowy oblects...
Thanks, Alaleh - I must be getting more shadowy myself... ;-)
These are stunning. You've inspired me!
Glad you liked 'em, Conortje!
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