Glowing Warmth

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  1. KristerP

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    It was freezingly cold and snowing outside, These lanterns made of skin could barely light up anything in the old hut

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    The photo doesn't do much for me but I find the lanterns very interesting. What do they run on?
     
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    Inside is a wax candle. These two are made of skin giving it a cloudy look, but one can also use a pig's bladder, it being more transparent.
    It was a technique that was used in medieval times.
     
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    Ok. Thanks. I love that kind of stuff.
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The composition leaves a bit to be desired and looks underexposed to me. Also seems weighted on the right side.

    The blue edge (lantern on left) and the blue dashes kill the natural affect. More digital IMO.
     
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    The blue edge comes from the snow outside, what I captured was pretty much what I saw.

    But thank you for the critique :).
     

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