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    Coca-Cola didn't become completely cocaine-free until this is flour.

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    1. Peopleinpixels - Alfonso Batalla 109 months ago | reply

      Ill try to be fair, Kevin, but this is a subject that upsets me most.
      It is a High Key shot, I know, but the flour looks a bit overexposed and unsharp. I am not sure about the empty area in the top right, as we have Coke logo in the reflection I would have gone for a more square crop with less of the can.
      Curiously I have just noticed that is Coca Cola and not Coke in the I becoming bilingual?.
      I think I should vote on this one,
      Score 7/10 (from the Score Me!

    2. jb.puig [deleted] 109 months ago | reply

      Maybe a little unsharp. The subject is... strange.

      Score 06/10 (from the Score Me!

    3. JivZ 109 months ago | reply

      Should be sharper. I like the idea of your photo but it could have been better.

      Score 06/10 (from the Score Me!

    4. yashdoshi 109 months ago | reply

      Score 7/10 (from the Score Me!

      I think the focus is on the can.

    5. Serdjo 109 months ago | reply

      The story works for me. Kinda like an illustrative photo for an article, but works very well on its own too. Cool!

      Score 8.5/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    6. adventurerneil 101 months ago | reply

      Nice concept and shot. :)

      Coca cola still imports coca leaves from Andean countries, I believe... but shh, it's a secret =X

    7. Kevin Labianco 100 months ago | reply

      oh really? ok i won't tell.

    8. zuri may 91 months ago | reply

      I love the whole subject of it.

    9. irréalité [deleted] 88 months ago | reply

      a mi me gusta

    10. sordojr 84 months ago | reply

      Hola, soy el administrador de un grupo llamado La Paranoia Del Arte y nos encantaría agregar esto al grupo.

    11. Taunya S photography 79 months ago | reply

      That's really good. My kids were looking over my shoulder as I clicked onto this image. A history lesson had to be given. They were amazed and filled with lots of questions. Great shot and concept.

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