New Hi-Rez Photos of the "Alien" Dunhill P (second 4 of 8)

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georged

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I had to downsize the original thread's photos a lot to get the site software to accept all of them at once.

Since so many of you BritWood guys liked the pipe I thought I'd re-shoot it so you could see more detail (if you clicked on the photos they'll enlarge).

Four shots of this pixel count is the maximum number for bandwidth (storage?) reasons, so I broke them into two threads. This is second four of the eight new ones:

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mingc

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One side of this pipe is fantastic. As is the top of the shank. The other side is interesting but I don't think rises to the level of fantastic. The features are not symmetrical. That bothers me, somewhat. But, I suppose, if both sides were equally fantastic, it'd be perhaps too perfect.

I like the formal angles of the smooth stem juxtaposed against the rustic looks of the sandblast.
 

autumnfog

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Don't think I've ever seen a blast like this before. Absolutely fantastic!
The stem work is very impressive too, proportions and angles are just right.
 

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