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Ice Crystals 2
Lens: A*200mm macro Camera: K3 Photo Location: Cape Dorset, Nunavut 
Posted By: jac, 01-07-2014, 03:02 PM

So I picked up a few of the crystals from the previous post, put them on a black, wool glove and stacked some. Frost on the glove (cleaned up in PP), frost my own gloves, the viewfinder, the LCD, the outside of the camera and, I'm sure, my fingertips but I couldn't feel them so I'm just guessing there. Anyway, you get the picture. Overall, a beautiful morning regardless of the results.

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01-07-2014, 03:12 PM   #2
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The second one is a good impression of a leave. Quite beautiful!
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Thanks again Fries. Appreciate the comment.
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Wow, these are really amazing, the way the crystals develop. Great images against the black. I really like the first two, but they are all fascinating. I can imagine that you do not feel your fingers on the camera!

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Well done John I attempted that last night with a snow flake and failed miserably.
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Magnificent! I love trying to shoot these and always fail... Super job!!!
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Fascinating.

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Very cool (no pun intended) Nice shots :-)

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Fascinating.
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Couldn't get them sharp without stacking. some of them are up to 14 shots and them run through Zerene Stacker. Thanks Jer.

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Magnificent! I love trying to shoot these and always fail... Super job!!!
The A*200mm macro helps cover up many of my errors. Thanks Tess.

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Very cool (no pun intended) Nice shots :-)
thanks Kryicom

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Well done John I attempted that last night with a snow flake and failed miserably.
Always remember that we don't post the junk, Dave, and there a few of those Thanks for the kind words.

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Wow, these are really amazing, the way the crystals develop. Great images against the black. I really like the first two, but they are all fascinating. I can imagine that you do not feel your fingers on the camera!
Heck, I could barely feel the camera. Wish It hadn't been so cold; I was having fun overall.
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Beautiful patterns!

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