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    Head-on Glass Vessels

    These images hopefully portray the somewhat confrontational relationships.


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    Re: Head-on Glass Vessels

    I do like #2,3,4 because of the position of each of these elements. IMHO these pics showed more imagination.




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    Re: Head-on Glass Vessels

    Thanks, Bruce, especially for your comment in the context of your comment in the other thread. Like you, I'm leaning toward liking the first one less than the other three.

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    Re: Head-on Glass Vessels

    I like #2 the best (they look like they are in love and about to seal that love with a kiss), followed closely by #4 (yes, indeed confrontational)

    Mike, I wonder if you have ever seen this glassware which is made in Finland... It is beautiful and detailed. Not sure if it fits with your style of photography but thought I would share anyway.

    https://www.iittala.com/Series/Iitta...Ultima%20Thule

    https://www.iittala.com/Series/Iitta...tas/c/Claritas

    https://www.iittala.com/Series/Iitta...tivo/c/Festivo

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    Re: Head-on Glass Vessels

    Thanks for those links, Christina. I've never seen that glassware. I especially like the Claritas model for its simplicity and use of air bubbles.

    Now that you mention that #2 looks like kissing vessels, I completely see your point. In fact, I think it conveys love a lot more than confrontation.

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    Re: Head-on Glass Vessels

    My pleasure. Check out the rest of the web site, a lot of modern, simple glassware with beautiful lines.





    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buckley View Post
    Thanks for those links, Christina. I've never seen that glassware. I especially like the Claritas model for its simplicity and use of air bubbles.

    Now that you mention that #2 looks like kissing vessels, I completely see your point. In fact, I think it conveys love a lot more than confrontation.

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