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These Photographs by Manon Wethly Capture Spilled Beverages

By: Tia Clarke - Published: • References: junk-culture & clique-chique
This series of captures by Belgian photographer Manon Wethly are action packed and full of messy fun. The project, which is aptly titled 'Flying Stuff,' captures all manner of beverages from orange juice, coffee and wine being thrown into the air.

One of the reasons these images are so eye-catching is that Monan choose to capture them against clear blue skies. The abstract shapes that the airborne liquids make when propelled against summery skies are perfectly captured in these high shutter speed shots.

The skilled photographer explained the ideas behind her latest work: "It is absolutely fascinating to see what kind of shape an object or liquid gets when it is flying. Clicking at exact the right second most often brings the most spectacular and surprising results." Amazingly, the talented photographer says that most of these shots were snapped using an iPhone. Stats for Airborne Beverage Captures (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Average
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