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Posted · Dry Ice Photos

Just found a few photos I took a while back on my sd card when I had some left over dry ice to play with.

Just for lolz.

 

 

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Posted · Dry Ice Photos

Thanks, The prints are really old ones but a testament to the test of time with my plating proving that they last a long time. These ones were old UM2 prints for those curious and then copper plated.

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Posted · Dry Ice Photos

I do not know how I missed this, but this is a fun set of photos 🙂

 

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Yes, the last two ones remind me of the time we lived in Jurassic Park.   :-)

They could as well be real fossilized dino skulls in a swamp.

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