Glass NIKON D5100 20140731 1281 Edit1

The photo of the beer bottle is from my archives. There has been a recent trend in the ale brewing world away from glass containers. They are heavier to transport, harder to recycle and break easily. Bottlers are moving to cans. Cans are lighter, stronger and easier to recycle.

For the theme of “Glass” I was hoping to make something like this.

I ended up with something like this.

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Raspberry Flavoured Sprite

I didn’t like it so I choose and image of the beer bottle from my archives to represent the theme of glass.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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3 responses on “Glass”

  1. I’ve been thinking about experimenting with some water and bubbles photography, but haven’t gotten around to it yet. It’s the perfect season for indoor photography now, so I’ll see if I might try to experiment during the winter.

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