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Floyd's Prism

By Sudden2
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During the "Dark Side of the Moon" tour in 2006, this beauty was dangled over the audience in front of their famous 360 degree laserlight backdrop with video.

It's a beauty, so I touched it up to suit the album art's purposes.
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SvArtsDesigns's avatar
Really nice! to fav's
GreyBushido's avatar
that is pretty awesome =)
TheNuclearShark's avatar
That's fabulous! I love it! :+fav:
caflora's avatar
beatiful pic of eclipse
albun dark side of the moon is my favorite
MoxMonica's avatar
Featured in my journal [link]
Miss-33's avatar
Wow, I went to the DSOTM Tour, in Auckland, New Zealand!! Remember being in such awe when the second set started... And this brings back all the memories!
JChalmerH's avatar
What a beauty!
ngcb's avatar
Some few months ago, in Lima, Peru, Roger Waters (on the Dark Side of the Moon Tour) surprise us with the same flying prism. Great concert, great picture.
HomeSkillet87's avatar
where was the concert? i went to the Seattle Key Arena, it was an amazing concert! great picture...
rudymnv's avatar
:) very nice... I saw one too.. on 2007 R.W. Dark side of the moon tour...
storto's avatar
awesome, check mine out if you want [link]
Sudden2's avatar
That's so cool!

It would've been awesome to see that effect in one of their shows, it's a shame they aren't touring anymore.

Thanks for the favorite!
Chaoder's avatar
Dude, that's awesome! Did they actually shine a white color onto the thing and it seperated it into the rainbow on the other side?
Sudden2's avatar
I'm pretty sure it's a series of lights that they set up on the prism itself, the rest is all fog effects, still pretty cool though.
KeyToAfterLife's avatar
wow


that is pretty kewl :3


i really enjoy how it looks like fire
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