f/2.8 | 1/5000 second | iso 100 | Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro
Strobist: Canon 580 EX II | Manual Power @ 1/4 | | Mini Softbox
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I asked yesterday if you could figure out what the object in the image was. While creepy spider was a cool answer, it’s just a green glass ball (bobble I suppose) wrapped in twine. We use it as a Christmas ornament and honestly, have no idea what the actual function is! 🙂
f/4 | 0.8 seconds | iso 100 | Canon 50mm f/1.2L USM
Thought I would throw in another shot of the ornament.
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I do believe it is a Japanese glass float. A small one, but very much like the larger versions I recall from my childhood. Used to float fishing nets.
I believe you are right, we like it!
LOL…really interesting and dramatic shot of an ordinary object. Would love it, if you visited me on my new WP blog with today’s WW post, WW: Cherohala Skyway!
Maybe it’s function is to BE a Christmas ornament 🙂
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