Snow Flakes II
- willie (2083)
- [2004-12-30 9:19]
Happy New Year Luc and enjoy the snow.
- Fisher (8915)
- [2004-12-30 10:08]
Luc, snow is nature and this is a true wonder of nature that most will not see.
Excelent post of the true, north strong and free, Canadian Snow Flakes.
Proof is right in your image, each snow flake is different from the other, like Zebras.
- netfalls (0)
- [2004-12-30 10:25]
Superbe, malheureusement la partie floue a l'avant derange, il serait bien de pouvoir isoler les flocons.
- cloverstar (0)
- [2004-12-30 10:57]
Great macro with the addition of the close up lens. This is certainly a part of nature, and I think it should stay on this site.
Very well done. The details of the snowflake are so well focused.
- mumek (853)
- [2004-12-30 11:17]
They are beautiful, because they are a Canadian Snowflakes.Again excellent macro and wonderful note.Thanks for sharing
Happy New Year to you and your family
I like this one even more than last one. Great BG and colorful... something in the centre of frame ;-)
Happy New Year!
- Callie (7555)
- [2004-12-30 13:47]
I like the frozen diamonds, and the cristals are just out of this world. I think we need a new caregory, say weather or the four seasons, because this is definately TN, just as Geology is part of this site.
- greghume (2160)
- [2004-12-30 14:26]
Well seen, Luc. This is as "natural" a shot as any on TN. It is up to us to help others see the brilliance of the natural world.
- japie (5187)
- [2004-12-30 15:54]
This is a real beauty Luc, but I see you started painting the center :) These formations really amaze me and I hope to see and learn more about it.
Very well done and thanks for posting. May you and your family have a wonderful and prosperous new year.
- Crypton (2)
- [2004-12-31 4:19]
tres belle macro Luc !
les details sont bon et les petits reflets de lumiere sont vraiment exellent.
j'adore vraiment ;)
- dormoy (218)
- [2005-01-15 10:26]
Fantastic. I was never able to make such an interesting picture. The background is well composed, the coloru are nice. I am wondering if next time you could try to use a smaller aperture to increase the depth of field. I noted that you used a speed of 1/250. May be with 1/60, which is still good for sharp pictures, you could use f16 or f32 aperture and have more of the foreground in focus.
- rimas (5094)
- [2006-03-06 12:20]
I am really impressed for your present of new kind of photographs. Thank you for discovered major joys.