First Flake

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  1. Neuner

    Neuner TPF Noob!

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    Found this old photo in my collection that I took at the beginning of last winter with my old Olympus C3000z. I like it for it's abstract feeling. It's not all that sharp, but that's part of that P&S. It was the first snow fall of the season and I liked how the flake rested on the fence.

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  2. AbelR74

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    Very interesting photo. I had a hard time focusing in on the snowflake.
    Maybe you could crop out a third of the top of the photo. IMHO.
    I think that would make it more interesting and draw the viewer straight to the snowflake. It is hard to see the snowflake against so much white background.

    Great work though...
     

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