I saw this time-lapse video youtube.com/watch?v=jNlK-g3Xtk... the other day and thought it would make a nice still photo. I can honestly say that the video is much more pleasing to the eye since the actual candy in the video doesn't seem to break apart like mine but it was a nice experiment. I probably should have used just the plain M&M's...
And when I was growing up the M&M's motto was "They melt in your mouth, not in your hand" :D
Tomasz Dolata It was a great effect! And by the way interesting how much chemistry there..
bvphotosnap Thank you Tomasz!! I agree, it's very interesting and a beautiful time-lapse video, great for understanding a bit of chemistry ☺
Danuta Great idea, it looks interesting , If it was not for this description, I would not guess what it is :) ... super !!!
bvphotosnap Thanks so much @Danuta! ☺
Roman Czarny Cool pic
bvphotosnap Thank you Roman!
jokele Scientific experiments at tookapic ;-)
bvphotosnap What better way to do an observation but by documenting it in front of a camera :D
Romain I learn every day something new at Tookapic.... tnx for sharing @bvphotosnap
bvphotosnap Your welcome
jayce I am always impressed by your creativity, wow! How did you do that ? A M&M's marketer could be interested😉
bvphotosnap Thanks so much Jayce!! Just a little water and m&m's ☺