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So pretty. You should get some of your shots printed on canvas.
Thank you . My brother asked me for copies to frame for his wife.
Far from boring – well done.
I don’t think it was meant that way . Nature is full of surprises.
Being curious about snowflakes and photography I looked up the first known photos – 1885 by a farmer named Wilson A.Bentley.
The don’t compare with those taken today but must have seemed a great wonder to all who viewed them.
Yes I watched a few videos when I was looking for ideas on how to photograph snowflakes. Really interesting. Kind of on the level of the chemist of the day, testing every compound known to man boiled, dried ,frozen. Never knowing what they would find.
I’ll miss these snowflakes when summer comes for you.
Well I will save a catalog just for you. 🙂
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