One Word Challenge: Bottles and Backlighting

I love to use back-lighting when I’m photographing bottles. Here are some fun examples…

Bols Liquor Display at the Amsterdam Airport.
Bols Liquor Display at the Amsterdam Airport Featured liquors for the Cocktail Session at the BC Liquor Store Bar. (For more about Rhubarb Gin Fizz and a World-Class Cocktail Site.)
Featured Liquors for the Cocktail Session at the BC Liquor Store The Porterhouse Temple Bar, a brewpub in Dublin, uses coloured backlighting to show off their huge collection of beers.
The Porterhouse Temple Bar in Dublin uses Backlighting to show off their huge collection of beersBottling line problems in a brewery in Belgium – they were using different-sized bottles than usual, and the whole line was collapsing as we carried on with the tour and ignore the crashes and curses…
bottling line problems in the brewery An ancient poison bottle backlit in a window in 1000 Parker during the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver. The nubbly lettering was so that no one picked it up and accidentally took a draught in the night.
Poison bottle backlit in a window in 1000 Parker of the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver Gasoline for sale in whiskey bottles in Inle Lake, Myanmar, another liquid you don’t want to accidentally ingest!
gasoline for sale in whiskey bottles in Inle Lake, Myanmar (Burma) More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Bottle.

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3 responses to “One Word Challenge: Bottles and Backlighting

  1. Pingback: One Word Photo Challenge: Box | Jennifer Nichole Wells·

    • Myanmar in 2013 was just opening itself up to the modern world – this was a typical ‘gas station’ – there wasn’t anything that resembled a gas station in the west. (They also didn’t have many vehicles!)

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