F/6.3, 1/60, ISO 100, Light Box.
Jack Daniels Single Barrel is my favorite drink while I am going over my photos. So this inspired me to create this image. Although I have not been shooting with film for quite some time, this is the way I pictured it if I would.
Interesting Fact: Just one out of every 100 barrels are set aside to mature in the highest reaches of barrelhouses, where dramatic temperature changes cause the color and taste to deepen further. Each barrel is hand-selected for its one-of-a-kind flavor, robust taste, and notes of toasted oak, vanilla, and caramel. ( http://www.jackdaniels.com/whiskey/jack-daniels-single-barrel )
You visited and followed my blog and I so I thought I could come over to see what you are up to. OMG….your photography is absolutely STUNNING! I am seriously blown away. And I just LOVE the interesting facts that you have after each photo. What a unique and informative touch. Love this blog!
Thank you so much your words are very inspirational. Thank you again
Hi there. I usually use my JD for cooking or maybe a little Crown for a reduction. Wine is my bev of choice for photo perusing. Like what I see so far on your blog and looking forward to sipping my way through the rest.
Thank you so much for your feed back with me is the other way around I like cooking with wine 🙂
I’ll bet those negs get better and better as the bottle goes down. 🙂
HaHaHa… Yes they do. By the time the bottle is done everything looks amazing hahaha
You are so talented!
Thank you very much
Wow, the lighting on that one is GORGEOUS!
Thank you I’m glad you like it
Thanks for liking my post The Sacred Valley. I lived in Nashville for 4 years and visited Lynchburg home of Jack Daniels. A beautiful little spot, especially in the bright winter sun when I was there.
And I agree that Jack is good company for many things. It is my preferred sore throat treatment. Best wishes for your continued open lens, open eyes and open mind.
Thank you so much. I hope one day to visit Lynchburg as well.
Fabulous picture. Inspired me to take up drinking. That and all the bull ticky going down lately.
Thanks for dropping by my blog and reading my post: http://raveburbleblog.com/2014/06/16/welcome-to-new-zealand-please-dont-kill-us/
Some nice pics here. I’m rather partial to a JD’s myself, so cheers! 😀
Thank you so much, and cheers right back at you 🙂
Beautiful shot! And yah for jack daniels!
That’s so nice Thank You
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Jack Daniels! Great idea. have one on me.
Thank you and I will
Very nice visuals and words to capture the essence of the subject so well!
Thank you I am glad you enjoyed it
Man, pour me some shots!
No problem shots coming up
Love the color of that spirit. And in the light that you photographed it? I’ll drink to that! Cheers, Nelson
Thank you so much, I am glad you enjoyed it and I will drink to this comment cheers
Ill be posting a song titled Warm Whiskey at some point. I think you will enjoy it if get the time to check it out. Cool photo def feelin it 🙂
Thank you I would enjoy that and I will be checking in for sure.
Great photo (and great drink too)!
Thank You I am glad you like it
Ol’ Jack helps a lot of folks through a lot of activities and makes for convivial company—never argues, always there, doesn’t criticise.
For myself these days it’s good clean burning natural coffee (various incarnations—so long as no-one adulterates it with (eek!) sugar).
Mind you, a good red helps introspection. And Pussers Rum links with people long gone … but for sorting photos: never bubbles~!
A nice photo too … lightbox and film? For pure nostalgia I bought a Brownie 127 the other day—okay, you can’t get film for them any more but for memories it can’t be beat~!
That is very true and Thank you for this amazing comment
You know all the pertinent facts about Jack Daniels it seems. And I do like your photo.
Thank you I am glad you enjoy my work
Totally fun image and had to laugh…maybe Jack Daniels silences our inner critic!!
Thank you I am glad you enjoyed it 🙂
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