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    A small ball of yarn unravels.

    Bad Black Cat, bad.

    Pick up all those little fuzzy pieces you darn cat.

    Oh well, at least there were no worries about shrapnel.

    Cheers.

    Fernan Federici, matthew_reames, and 40 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. legovaughan 27 months ago | reply

      Looks like *KABOOM!!* but is probably more like *kafluff*. =)

    2. cazphoto.co.uk 27 months ago | reply

      A different sort of clean up issue... Wool, who would have thought of blowing that up? Works well, you have timed it just right.

    3. carl jones 71 27 months ago | reply

      nice 1 alan, very colourfull.

    4. Eric Dupuis 27 months ago | reply

      this is so wild!

    5. alan_sailer 27 months ago | reply

      caz,

      The fine fuzz from the yarn is a zero issue clean-up wise.

      The much more painful are ceramics (sharp), gelatin (mucky), food (rats), candy (sticky/rats).

      I have not and will not explode lipstick/chap-stick. They were the all time worse targets.

      Cheers.

    6. alan_sailer 27 months ago | reply

      acbell4,

      Nice of you to say.

      In this case (as in many others) I walk around stores looking for cheap stuff to blow up.

      Extra point if it looks easy to clean up.

      Cheers.

    7. Olemik 27 months ago | reply

      Indeed an explosion of color :-)

    8. Salamo~Mk 27 months ago | reply

      This is fantastic ...simply creative !!!
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      Is blowing up an egg too impractical to do? :O

    9. MICROPRODUCCIONES DIGITALES 27 months ago | reply

      increible galeria .te agrego como contacto con tu permiso

    10. hey.pictrues 27 months ago | reply

      wonderful picture indeed

    11. Jessica_Peterson 9 months ago | reply

      this is the first one I saw, someone shared it on Facebook. Very very cool...love the colors. At first sight, I thought it was a painting. It would be pretty crazy to see a slow motion movie of this!

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