Part 1: Temptation

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    A little bohemian Cafe creates the most incredible Latte Art in Melbourne.
    I felt like distroying a piece of art by drinking it!

    Canon 100mm / F2.8 / ISO 400 / 1/60

    clairelu, NicnBill, lorenamag, and 44 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Phil Stronge 80 months ago | reply

      Very cool, hope it wasn't cold by the time they had finished

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    2. kertenkelekral 80 months ago | reply

      haha..i like the portrait :)

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    3. Amaury Henderick 80 months ago | reply

      That's a real piece of work! You'd almost feel guilty about drinking your coffee...

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    4. lorenamag 80 months ago | reply

      Loved it! One of my favorites already!

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    5. An incomplete disaster [deleted] 80 months ago | reply

      Amazing! Why do they do that? It's very unique, but kind of seems pointless...... Like you said, you feel like your destroying it. That's what happens, you view it for a moment then it's gone. Hmmm. It is very cool tho how they do that!!
      By the way, comp & dof is PERFECT!!!!!

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    6. DEQ 80 months ago | reply

      I agree with Alyson210, "How do they do that?"

      Also what does it cost to have art in your Latte?

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    7. Jaypeg21 80 months ago | reply

      Wow! Thats an amazing piece of work! Great capture for sure :)

    8. lenyah 80 months ago | reply

      Thank you everyone for your comments and favs! I have to add that i scooped the face unto my spoon, had a sip of my coffee and put it back on again :) Lasted longer that way, hehe.

    9. e.r.webb 80 months ago | reply

      Where is this cafe? I have to go...

    10. daylapt 80 months ago | reply

      I seen a demonstration of this on tv. It is amazing how easily they do this but it's also years & years of practice. Amazing shot !

    11. Dieuwertje Bax 78 months ago | reply

      wow... that's awesome!

    12. lalajean_g 78 months ago | reply

      yes, that is amazing...but I would also like to compliment you, the photographer on your excellent framing! I like how the cup trails off to the right and the out of focus spoon on the left. Great aperture choice.

    13. surrealiste 75 months ago | reply

      where is this cafe i would love to go there

    14. Andrew Paul Kirchofer [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      That is amazing!

    15. FofoSweetDevil 59 months ago | reply

      wo0o0o0o0ow
      Great shoot :)

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