frosty rust or rusty frost?

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  1. captain-spanky

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    Any comments? dunno if i like it or not... dunno if it's just boring or not? I'm paranoid my pics are all really boring now after what somebody said to me...
     
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    almost looks like an infected scar. I like the strange colors.
     
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    a larger DOF would be nice.
     
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    yeah i agree simnine... i haven't fully got the hang of this yet... :)
     
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    "Boring" is a comment that should never be given in a critique........ The people using it are obviously bored, or they wouldn't even be commenting on a photo that obviously bores them. ......I find the depth of field slack, but the coloration is good.
     
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    thats a really beautiful shot, i love the tiny DOF!
    i would be really proud of myself if i had taken this shot!
    r
     
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    Beautiful to say the least!!! What I see in this photo may not be up for public scrutiny... The warm tone of the rust meeting the ice crystal is ironic. The composition is on point. Definitely one for the "print 16x20" category.
     

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