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10 Comments

  1. Lovely movement in this . Thank you.

  2. I love these sorts of sparkly, shiny effects. *_*

  3. Love this! Reminds me of dance piece I’ve had an idea for. Thank you for all of the beauty and inspiration on your blog. And also for stopping by and liking my post. See you in the trenches :). cheers

  4. wow. how did you do it??? =D

    • Thanks, Its just a timed exposure

        • Emily Rain
        • Posted October 9, 2012 at 12:56 pm
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        Oh really? 🙂 you’re most welcome.

  5. What you did with the light is true art… Keep it up man

  6. mesmerizing! I looked at this for like 5 minutes straight – will have to stop now 😉

  7. Nice work!!

  8. Thanks for visiting my blog. Exciting experiment. I like that you call it a 3D-sculpture while it is only visible in a 2D photo. Even in the act of creation in 3D you won’t see what’s in the photo (unless you can move ultra-fast). I like these ‘false bottom’s’ and the coincidence-factor.

    Cheers, harrie


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