I was able to hack the D3X into a flux capacitor to time travel to 1958

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This is my favorite bakery in the world - Clear River Pecan Company. I've been there about four times... it's about two hours away from Austin in historic Fredricksburg, Texas.

The brownies here are somewhere between a solid and a liquid... sort of a sweet plasma of brownie!

I do consider myself a connoisseur of chocolate with a specialty within the magistarium of brownies. So believe me when I say they are a 10/10. The only other 10/10 I can find in Austin is something called "Miles of Chocolate", which also barely surfs within the existence of this mortal coil.

from the blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

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  1. Jean-Paul Boudreau Photographie 84 months ago | reply

    Nice and clean technique! Fun and pleasant to look at! Bravo!

  2. Hot Flash Photography 84 months ago | reply

    Have to admit that I blew it up to the original size and just sat there and drooled. Fantastic clarity and detail, Trey. What a great shot.

  3. Adrian World 84 months ago | reply

    I bet Doc Brown is just around the corner. Quite different from your other work but I really like this pristine shots as well. Excellent work as always.
    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  4. RUSSIANTEXAN © 84 months ago | reply

    Outstanding photo combined with good story.
    I know this bakerey!

  5. Liz Faulkner 83 months ago | reply

    looks like heaven to me :-)

  6. zorroz 83 months ago | reply

    I like it!

  7. Extra Medium 83 months ago | reply

    Only imagine if they had Wii nunchucks back then...

    You're a geek after my own heart. We're going to get one of those Wii's in april for my son's 10th bday. I've seen enough youtube videos where they chuck it into the TV to be wary. Oh well, it's the new thing.

    And that D3x can go anywhere. Love the resolution.

  8. NikolaT 83 months ago | reply

    super duper :)

  9. Walter Watzpatzkowski 83 months ago | reply

    This is pretty brilliant!

  10. Chad | chadrieder.com 83 months ago | reply

    I like this one, nice shot and editing!

  11. TheJbot 83 months ago | reply

    Wow, I've had this as my wallpaper for a few days now and I just now noticed two ghosts behind the counter that I hadn't seen before.

  12. macisback [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

    Where did you find the 1.21 gigawatts of power?

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  13. miamiphotographerone 83 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called City of the World (Post 3 & Comment 3 Please), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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

  14. Verticordia ( . . . ) 83 months ago | reply

    hahaha, So many great shots. and a book to read, awesome. Back to the future, i will take the time to scrutinize them all soon! Excellent will have to do for now!

  15. SortOfNatural 75 months ago | reply

    I included this image in my latest blog post "What Bob FFFFound"
    check it out...

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