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So, not really an army tank… more like what we call here at Brooks, a “drop tank”. Basically, it’s a special-made tank just for Brooks (though I’m sure you could figure out how to make one yourself) that’s about a foot wide by two feet long, filled with water… and we get to drop random objects into it.

The normal way to see photographs of this is, for example, “Clean and Clear” — because dropping it into water makes it seem much more refreshing, no?

We have a friend in town who creates art glass — his name is Saul, and his company is Santa Barbara Art Glass. You should definitely check him out sometime, he has awesome work, great guy.

Anyway, onto the images!

All really fun stuff! And there was only one casualty towards the end, score.

For those of you who are wondering, the middle image is a bunch of CD’s… because who really uses those nowadays anyways?

Michelle @ Glisters & Blisters . - you seriously take awesome pictures !
thanks sooo much for dropping by at my blog 🙂
i wish im a great photographer like you are !

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