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Flying Stuff: Shots Of Wine, Orange Juice & More Captured In Mid-Air
May 11, 2013
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Breakfast of a Cereal Killer

Well, when this artist was a kid, you have to wonder if she was ever told "don't play with your food".

Belgian photographer and self-described "serial Instagrammer" Manon Wethly has captured the stunning motion of flying foods in a project entitled, appropriately enough, "Flying Stuff".

The images - breakfast cereal, coffee, wine, juice and milk - are taken against the background of a lovely blue sky.

Liquid Collision


Wethly is quoted in the visual art blog Junk Culture: "It is absolutely fascinating to see what kind of shape an object or liquid gets when it is 'flying'. Clicking at exactly the right second most often brings the most spectacular and surprising results. Most of them are shot with iPhone but I started to practise with bigger guns too."

Milky Way


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You can see a lot more of Manon Wethly's work on her website Clique Chique.


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