Paradise lost?

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Thanks to _Rebekka and all the others who have tried this shot. I was trying to tie the technique in with a theme for a competition entitled 'Fall' (open to interpretation). The biblical 'Fall' of man from the Garden of Eden, and Newton's discovery of gravity. The photo is an attempt to interpret the conflict between religion and science, mmm.

Behrooz Nobakht, Leonardo Martins, and 135 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Dani℮l 92 months ago | reply

    great idea and work!

  2. bonamynorman 92 months ago | reply

    haha, fair enough

  3. Pipall 92 months ago | reply

    hehe nice one pete! i have seen Rebekka's one before and tried it myself with a light bulb, with my point n shoot but it always had to be to dark if i wanted it to be sharp... shud give it another go now that i've got a DSLR =D

    Anyway, great way of re-interpretating what you've seen on Rebekka's stream! =)

    ps: how well did you do in the competition?

  4. birds eye viewer 92 months ago | reply

    I hear you!!!!!
    Appropriate title, and great work!

  5. Kamran Ahmed [deleted] 92 months ago | reply

    Fabulous shot super A-one Class
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  6. thewebprincess 91 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 5 Words, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    Faith

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    Found in a search. (?)

  7. Roeselien Raimond 89 months ago | reply

    Well succeeded experiment!

  8. +++David+++ [deleted] 82 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Overtly covert, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  9. cactusmelba 77 months ago | reply

    flippin eck, philisophical, meaningful, AND a crackin photo too!

    nice one!

    LOST?

  10. bobfariss 66 months ago | reply

    Beautiful! I was trying to illustrate a blog article on original sin at theactiveinvestor.blogspot.com/2009/11/problem-of-origina... and then found your post. Thank-you!

  11. Viki Olner 64 months ago | reply

    very show! love it.

  12. Eugene Pilat 51 months ago | reply

    I love apples!
    Great picture BTW!

    I have something like this to
    Umbilical Cord II

  13. Poe 62 51 months ago | reply

    interesting idea
    well executed
    science enables us to take photos :=o)

  14. Booggie [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

    awesomeeee !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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