Wednesday, December 19, 2007

fabrication






















7 comments:

Yaniv said...

Not bad looks pretty. I guess I dont hate all art.

Matthew D Dunn said...

Go home Yaniv! (art rules)

Salty said...

art? that's part of a still

Matthew D Dunn said...

Salty: that is not part of a still. But I agree, it's not art either. (the photographs on the other hand...) Maybe I'll post some pictures of my still soon.

Also, I like your series of posts from Arizona. I would comment directly on your blog but it's a pain to register.

Salty said...

Thanks Matt for enjoying the series; it's good to hear feedback on what you're doing.

The photos were good- but what is the piping for if not for the production of spirits?

If you're interested in some other amatuer photo essays I've done, they're at these links

http://thewaterswatters.blogspot.com/2007/08/driving-blood-meridian-part-1.html

http://thewaterswatters.blogspot.com/2007/09/driving-blood-meridian-part-2.html

Matthew D Dunn said...

That is a counter flow wort chiller for making beer. It is to cool the wort after the boil before pitching yeast to start the fermentation.

Yaniv said...

it's an artistic picture... believe me, I know art, it makes me feel funny, a little awkward and bored.