Snow pics for C&C

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  1. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    A rare thing this morning, the sun is shining. I took advantage & got out early before it got up too high & the shadows lost.


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  2. BTilson

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    I like the composition on all of these, but #1 blows me away. Seriously, that is an amazing photograph. It looks so ethereal, and the perspective leads me to wonder about the scale of the photo. Am I looking at a small snow drift, or a huge iceberg in Antarctica. Awesome!
     
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    I like #1 as well, I really like the flash sparkles.
     
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    Nice! When are you going to upgrade to a dslr? ;)
     
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    No flash, dems from the sun. I took three pics with different white balance & they showed up in them all. At first I wondered what caused the "hot pixels" & then realized it was snowflakes redirecting the light.

    SlimPaul, are you going to start a collection for this poor pensioner? ;)

    I was really wondering what folks thought of #3 with the focus hard left & up front.
     
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    2 and 3 are pretty although comparitavly standard.. but 1.. WOW.. holy mackerel that is AWSOME!!!
     

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