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    When you crack open something, who knows what might spill out.

    Camera Slayer, trinaaj, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Salvatore Falcone ages ago | reply

      Love the DoF and the bw. Well done!
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    2. sachman75 ages ago | reply

      very creative shot! nice b&w work

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    3. eszter ages ago | reply

      Neat idea nicely executed.

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    4. Points North ages ago | reply

      I thought at first they were tumblers, then realised just what a tiny subject I was looking at. Good shot and idea!
      Your KARMA Group

    5. bored-now ages ago | reply

      Thanks! I know what you mean about the size, though. In the large version they look like cheese puffs! :)

    6. miss_verstaendnis ages ago | reply

      great - like the idea and well done!

      (scored 5 /5 Points)

    7. invalid_argument ages ago | reply

      This is one of my absolute favourites, great idea and great done. I love this image!

    8. (simmi) ages ago | reply

      Thank you for entering this in Karma's Open Theme Contest. Best of luck to you and please don't forget to vote for your favorite three if you haven't already :) I saw this in the Karma Photo Contest

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    9. savory sleet [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Brilliant! Love the B&W and the DoF.

    10. parched locket [deleted] ages ago | reply

      wonderful composition!

    11. bogob.photography ages ago | reply

      Perfect focus and light for a fantastic idea!
      Fabulous shot!
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      Thank you for posting!

    12. ŶΣŅΡǾΧ ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called + DoF in MONO -, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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