Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Water Damage


Sixth Street

I dropped a disposable camera, on purpose, into a pan of salt water. Interesting, but I don't think that I'll be doing that again.

8 comments:

gypsywee said...

I like it. It has a real...salinity.

Phoenix said...

It definitely makes the place look a little haunted, that's for sure! Great photo, wonderful technique. I don't think I'll be trying that on my camera, though... ;)

jennifer from pittsburgh said...

Sometimes I just like to tinker with things ;) Wonder what would happen if I added bleach to the water?...

H said...

Hmmm...
I imagine looking at the world through a "dotted swiss" purple veil or...a time traveller having the next realm revealed as the magical energy of the journey dissipates. :D

drollgirl said...

you are a little experimenter over there!

jennifer from pittsburgh said...

Droll...what I lack in talent I make up for in crazy ;)

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