Prachtige, opgedroogde whisky

opgedroogd
Aberlour

Toen fotograaf Ernie Button op een dag een gebruikt whiskyglas in de afwasmachine wilde zetten, zag hij dat het laatste druppeltje drank prachtig was opgedroogd in het glas. Dat vormde de inspiratiebron voor de fotoserie Vanishing Spirits.

De fotograaf weet het zelf prachtig te verwoorden:
The idea for this project occurred while putting a used Scotch glass into the dishwasher. I noted a film on the bottom of a glass and when I inspected closer, I noted these fine, lacey lines filling the bottom. What I found through some experimentation is that these patterns and images that you see can be created with the small amount of Single-Malt Scotch left in a glass after most of it has been consumed. The alcohol dries and leaves the sediment in various patterns. It’s a little like snowflakes in that every time the Scotch dries, the glass yields different patterns and results. I have used different color lights to add ‘life’ to the bottom of the glass, creating the illusion of landscape, terrestrial or extraterrestrial. Some of the images reference the celestial, as if the image was taken of space; something that the Hubble telescope may have taken or an image taken from space looking down on Earth. The circular image references a drinking glass, typically circular, and what the consumer might see if they were to look at the bottom of the glass after the scotch has dried.

op de bodem van het glas
Balvenie
whiskypatroon
Balvenie
whiskyfotografie
Dalwhinnie
whiskyplaneet
Macallan

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