"Empty"

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  1. uberben

    uberben TPF Noob!

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    Well, today I wanted to shoot for the theme "empty". I had a fun time eating the rest of the peanut butter. This is what I came up with....
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    Anything else besides an empty Peanut Butter container?:p

    I especially like #2...the knife is blurry right at the top, but it sharpens up as you look down into the PB can...leading you right in! Excellent!:thumbup:
     
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    Heh, nice idea and the pics are great!
    (wasn't your toast burned a bit?? ;))
     
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    pretty cool shots! i love peanut butter and this is the scene quite often 'round my house :D

    the last composition is my fav...well done!
     
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    lol, nice idea... worked really well :thumbup:
     
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    You need to improve your toasting and stock up on peanut butter!

    Oh, you meant it didn't you! :)

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    I like dark toast and it was a good snack after I was done with it. Good thing i always keep a spare jar of Jif on hand. :D Thanks for the comments. I am finding that I really like taking still life shots
     

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