Cosmic Flying Sherbert Saucers

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    They come in peace

    -Added to the Cream of the Crop pool as "most interesting"

    djune, Eugenia Moira Angela Darling, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Piero Sierra ages ago | reply

      They Came From Outer Space

    2. LouVile 119 months ago | reply

      Oh my goodness, I used to LOVE these as a kid!!

    3. Singingpixel aka Suze Stern 116 months ago | reply

      I love the idea and it made me chuckle. Highlights are kind of harsh, though, and I'm not nuts about the pink blob in the foreground. I wonder if it would work better to have a darker color in the foreground so it wouldn't come across as a grab-your-eye bright spot?

      -voted as "deleteme" (from the Delete me! group)

    4. Xificurk 116 months ago | reply

      -voted as "deleteme2" (from the Delete me! group)

    5. Kaippally:കൈപ്പള്ളി 116 months ago | reply

      The focus is on the farthest Saucer.

      not interesting.
      No details to be seen
      Tiny picture size.

    6. je suis une princesse 116 months ago | reply

      very nice shot and color.
      i like it but i would have prefer front ones to be clear and bottom one blur...or maybe everything clear...
      finally don't know what to think, won't vote ^^;
      nice try ^^

    7. Djumbo 116 months ago | reply

      I dont like the idea of focussing on the last one.... and if only there was a little martian who bounced out of it :-)

      -voted as "deleteme3" (from the Delete me! group)

    8. feliz paloma 116 months ago | reply

      nice idea, but focus is weird, and/or colour arrangement needs to be different. as it started to load on my screen i got excited, i love the top third, but then...

      -voted as "deleteme4" (from Deleteme! group)

    9. Andy Farnsworth 116 months ago | reply

      Doesn't work for me I'm afraid
      Could try reversing focus area, so that the ones in the front are in focus, maybe using a lot more in a pattern would be interesting.

      -voted as deleteme6 (from the deleteme Group

    10. Gienna Writes 115 months ago | reply

      I *loved* these flying saucers candies when I was a kid. No one ever knows what I'm talking about when I mention them, though. The DOF is all wrong, though, as mentioned above.

      -voted as "deleteme7" (from the Delete me! group)

    11. eeloy 115 months ago | reply

      Focus ...

      -voted as "deleteme" (from Deleteme! group)

    12. Jim Skea 115 months ago | reply

      Cool idea, but it would work better if the focus were on the front, fading towards the back. You also needed a shorter exposure to not blow the light on the yellow.

      Worth playing around with a different focuses, exposures and lighting.

      -voted as "deleteme9" (from the Delete me! group)

    13. Nex Ninek 115 months ago | reply

      As it has been said above on the focus problems.

      -voted as "deleteme10" (from the Delete Me group)

    14. Jim Skea 115 months ago | reply

      Looks like your photo has reached 10 deletemes so I'm removing this from the group pool.

      If you like you can add it to the U Got Me thread so we can remember it for posterity.

    15. michaela_nicole_anna 112 months ago | reply

      Ich mag das Bild aber die Bonbons kann ich wirklich nicht leiden!
      I'm from Germany and I hate to write english, but my comment is positive!

    16. eek the cat 112 months ago | reply

      Ich hasse sie auch.

      Does that make sense?

    17. Tyrianterror 105 months ago | reply

      A Flying saucer traffic jam, do not pass red!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
      Yum used to devour these a lot as a kid....

    18. littlecynicism 76 months ago | reply

      I've never seen these before, but this photo of them is awesome!

    19. Tyrianterror 76 months ago | reply

      Nothing to them these flying saucers but they are tasty, they tend to stick to the roof of yer mouth though.

    20. SnapHappyRaa 73 months ago | reply

      delicious photo, i love these1

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