Dropping point of view

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  1. GrAsS

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    Shot on 35mm slide (elitechrome 200) then scanned with a crappy kodak scanner.
     
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    wow, very creative shot and excellent title! i like this a lot!
     
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    That shadow is in the pefect position to show off those tiny drops forming. I love the grain and the reflection in the big drop.
     
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    wow, that is amazing!
     
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    now that is a very well done shot.. high on creativity.. love the b/w and the grain that goes with it...the heavy contrast is great...
    it is shot to perfection :D
    great job grass!
     

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