LOL, my pics aren't that special but anyone can use them if they like  Pat I like yours very much, those are quality looking beads and I like the way they are arranged.
LMAO @ Deadlock 
Scarum, that effect happened because the camera was not in macro mode but instead normal mode, for shooting distant things. When you point the camera at a highly reflective surface, the camera doesn't "see" the close-up detail and instead will focus on the reflected objects in the distance, making anything close-up blurred [Y]
Here's another example - I deliberately made the camera focus on the ceiling by pointing at a reflective surface, not using macro mode, and you can see the car itself which is close to the camera, is all blurred (well that's my excuse OK )
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