I thought that the first impression was an elegant glass with gold leaf giving a splendid impression to milky white glass.
Is the gold leaf in the image of a magnificent mountain with a wide hem, and the milky white in the image of snow?
As usual, I put the glasses on the shooting table and started writing, but I was a little confused here.
No, to be clear, it's a surprise.
The glass placed on a black background had a mysterious glow.
I thought it was a white glass, but it looks a little blue.
It's not like a colored dye or ink, it's a rainbow-colored glow inside the shell.
Do you see the reflection of light in different colors?
I can only think of such expressions.
If the gold leaf resembles a mountain, the scenery you can see right now is a white snow stop and a cold blue sky.
I released the shutter crazy to capture the mysterious and beautiful way of shining.
It's even more surprising when you finish shooting for a while and change the lighting to a little backlit!
The pale glass looks amber this time!
Amber is a color between orange and brown, and it may be easier to understand if you think of a scene dyed in the setting sun.
If you change the angle and output of the light further, you will see a ruby-colored mountain in the moment when the night is about to come.
This pretty little glass trapped the ever-changing expressions of the mountains and the sky! I was surprised.
I hope the photos convey this surprise and excitement.
Well, if you want this glass ... I choose Junmai Daiginjo.
I want to see the magnificent scenery of a small glass while enjoying the umami of Junmaishu and the gorgeous ginjo aroma.