-Burning Apples-

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  1. LittleMan

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    A prize for anyone who knows how I did this... :wink:

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    Thanks for looking! :)
     
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    Whoah...Very neat! Really like the high contrast

    okay.. guess #1. You cut a hole in one side and slid a tea candle in and then opened the top or for the wick #2. Lighter fluid :D #3. Or they could just be apple shaped candles
     
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    Soaked the stems in a flamable liquid :)
     
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    Probably all it would take it to pour moletn wax in the depression around the stem, assuming you could get the stem to light. It looks like there is a fluid of some sort there.
     
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    How about coreing out a small hole and inserting birthday candles?
     
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    You bought candles shaped like apples?
     
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    Whatever!!!!!!!! But great shots all the same. Do Tell?
     
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    Its a candle! I think #2 you can see the pain chip off close to the flame... :)
    Great shots though! I love the second one. Perhaps the apple behind could be made to look just a little bit more obscure, less dof, maybe darken it but just a little bit more ?
     
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    Candles! I think in #2 you can see the paint chip off near the flame :)
    Good photos. I love the second one! Maybe the apple behind could be made just a little bit more obscure, less dof, perhaps darken it, but just a little bit more?
    ---Happy Diwali :)
     
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    Possibly apple shaped candles, there is certainly some 'skin' missing visible in number two, but I think it could equally be a real apple with a bit of skin missing, and the stem had been soaked in wax or even lighter fluid.

    Do tell.
     
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    Yep!
    y'all got it... they are just apple candles... :lmao:
    They were new to me, so I was hoping not too many folks on here saw these things before. :)

    Thanks for all your comments! :)
     
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    I've never seen apple shaped candles before. Nice photos, all of them. My favourite is the second one.
     

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