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Black and blue

Canon PowerShot SX30 IS 1/1600 second F/2.7 ISO 100 5 mm

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Richard from Ellemford, United Kingdom

Very good, whatever it is!

14 Sep 2011 6:29am

@Richard: Thanks, it's something blue and black... :)

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Big Brother is looking at you!

14 Sep 2011 7:25am

@CElliottUK: Or is it little sister?


mmm it captivates the eye

14 Sep 2011 7:33am

@DIMITRIOS: Yes it does.

Lougris from Toulouse, France

quelque chose de vivant, comme une cellule...

14 Sep 2011 10:02am

@Lougris: It could be alive, but it's not...

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Wonderful, a new planet in our solar system?

14 Sep 2011 11:33am

@Curly: No, it's not a far away planet - something much, much closer. :)

Jypyä Pop from Finland

Pohdittuani asiaa normaalia huomattavasti pitemmän ajan, olen tullut siihen tulokseen, että pieni pala avaruuttahan siinä on. Mutta miten tuo ääriviivakin siihen on löytynyt. Jännä juttu. Pitääpä yrittää matkia.

14 Sep 2011 1:13pm

@Jypyä Pop: Voishan siinä olla pala avaruuttakin, mutta ei ole... Jotain elotonta ja hyvin pientä se on... Odotan näkeväni jotain matkintaa joskus lähiaikoina sieltä päin... :)

Jani from Sweden

nice. i suspect it's a glass of water in a dark room with light under it? :) because i've done that and it looks something like this. ;)

14 Sep 2011 7:37pm

@Jani: No it's not a glass of water in a dark room, but I'll have to test that as it sounds great. This may tell what it really is...

The Mouse from Glasgow, United Kingdom

Looks like a solar garden light.

15 Sep 2011 7:11pm

@The Mouse: :)

Canon PowerShot SX30 IS
1/1600 second
ISO 100
5 mm