Radioactive Glass

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    1. anjeee 115 months ago | reply

      this is gorgeous...
      beautiful color, mesmerizing.

    2. bikeracer 115 months ago | reply

      thanks anjeee!

    3. Rob 'n' Rae 115 months ago | reply

      This looks something like some sort of microscopic algae or something... great shot

    4. Arunan 115 months ago | reply

      Hooked on to squared circles now, eh?
      Nice colors, even I thought this was a pic of a microorganism. Cool shot!

    5. ...justRebecca [deleted] 115 months ago | reply

      cool!

    6. bikeracer 115 months ago | reply

      Thanks guys!

    7. KarenP 115 months ago | reply

      Makes me think of bubble tea. YUM!

    8. clarisel 115 months ago | reply

      FYI
      Hi, you've been blogged in the Green is Beautiful group blog at beautifulgreen.blogspot.com/.
      Congratulations.

    9. bikeracer 115 months ago | reply

      What's bubble tea, Karen?

      Thanks clarisel!

    10. KarenP 115 months ago | reply

      bubble tea is a sweet drink that comes from asia and is popular in asian communities such as Chinatown. The bubbles are made of tapioca (they're actually opaque black) and you suck them up through a thick straw. The drink is usually a mixture of fruit syrup and tea (green or black) or a sweetened, flavored milk and tea. My favorite is lychee green tea. This is not the ideal drink for an athlete in training, such as yourself, but it's nice as a special treat every once in a while, especially when you want some quick, tasty, junky carbs.

    11. bikeracer 115 months ago | reply

      That sounds pretty good, Karen. But I think I'll stick with water or Gatorade when I'm riding... =P

    12. Neubie 101 months ago | reply

      Why "Radioactive"?

    13. bikeracer 101 months ago | reply

      Well, the green made me think of Hollywood-style radioactive stuff. =] They're just greenish-glass marbles with the pixel luminosity inverted.

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