Snowdrops or Penguins ?

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  1. Lensmeister

    Lensmeister TPF Noob!

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    Shot this one on Monday ..... when I called my wife and kids over to have a look they were originally about a 80 degree angle to the laptop and thought the photo waspengiuns .... when I looked from their point of view it did looks like penguins .....

    C & C welcomed ... (also I did only focus on the two on the left).

    Here it is .......

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Too true!
    You could mistake them for penguins in the rain forest from an 80-degree angle. I tested it! I works!

    I saw the snow drops out in our garden, too. But I have taken photos (similar to yours here) in 2005 and again in 2006 ... I might refrain from taking yet another set for 2007 - unless we get snow, maybe, and I can capture them as snow-covered and poking out of the snow. Who knows ;).

    Folks, try for the penguin-effect!
    It is there! :D
     
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    Penguins? Did someone say penguins??!! (I guess there is a resemblance!)

    We must have those snowdrops over here, but I can't say I've ever seen any. They're very pretty.
     

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