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Time In A Bottle

By ga1963
I was having a cupboard clear out today when I came across this almost empty bottle of JD, i thought it could make a good subject, Comments please.

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Voters: jra0309, hglover, krazyplacebo and 9 more

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pulsar69 16 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2004 10:12PM
clever , how was this done , i noticed the reflection has no clock in it so take it the clocks superimposed. click

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9 Jul 2004 10:15PM
I love the idea behind it.It seems to be saying that time is running out.
snoops 16 6
9 Jul 2004 10:20PM
Interesting concept, well taken.
peterkin 16 666 England
9 Jul 2004 10:25PM
Yes, an interesting composition. What meaning did you have in mind, gal?
inkarts 16 61 2
9 Jul 2004 10:26PM
Clean and crisp. I like your folio. John
strawman 16 22.1k 16 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2004 10:51PM
Very clever you have blended the clock face in very well. The only minor criticism is that the drip coming from the bottle does not quite look right to me, was it added after?. A very clever image and the framing is simple and effective. Click : )
hglover 16 47 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2004 10:56PM
clever work, very interesting,
old timer 16 55 1 Scotland
10 Jul 2004 7:18AM
Clever idea, Graham, and well executed.
10 Jul 2004 8:16AM
Brilliant love it Graham, like the reflection, a great idea, the only thing I don't like is the empty JD bottle...always like to see them FULL! LOL.
Well done.
jerishoots 16 3 Saudi Arabia
10 Jul 2004 9:01AM
i like the concept! title is great it reminds me of jim croce. yes the clock reflections is missing & try to take out the droplet.
very COOL!
10 Jul 2004 5:28PM
I love the fact that the photo is almost entirely a nautral black and white witht he drop really standing out. Very cool!
tull 17 181 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2004 6:20PM
"If I could save time in a bottle the first thing that I'd like to do is save every day till eternity passes away so I could spend them with you"
That old Jim Croce song just came straight to mind,sorry Graham:-\
Great capture,cleverly done.

Best wishes.


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