Whitney and I have been wanting to shoot some things (for photos of course) for a long long time. I figured since my project is wrapping up it would be a good chance to squeeze something in, and I had some extremely old eggs that I thought could be good. Unfortunately not much happened when we shot them. It was slightly disappointing. And I only had three eggs, so I didn’t have many chances. However, because it didn’t do much we were able to take multiple shots of each egg. This was pretty much the only shot, out of quite a few, that did anything.
Oh, and it was snowing out, so that is what the white spots on the black are. And sorry for the cheesy title.
This is what happens when a pear is so rotten that it fails to do anything exciting when shot with a bb gun, or when dropped.
I saw this pear in my mom’s fruit basket when I got home Wednesday, and it was already past ripe so I asked if I could shoot it with a bb gun in hopes of getting some cool high-speed photograph. We finally had time today, with my dad shooting, but instead of anything awesome happening, the bb just went in and got stuck. Nothing flew off, nothing exploded, or even moved. It was silly. So then we thought we could just drop it and maybe something cool would happen. But, it was just too rotten, and in stead of splattering, it just collapsed on itself and went splat into one pile.