Beautiful up-close of the snowflakes! I can really see the delicacy of the individual ones!
Thank you. I’ve enjoyed looking through the photos of this week’s photo challenge. It was a great subject. Thanks for visiting.
I agree! I’m glad I found your blog, I love the photos you take!
Glad you visited. Check out my other blogs too: katehobbs.wordpress.com and faithspelledrisk.wordpress.com
You might find some subjects there that will match your values and beliefs.
Thanks, I’ll check them out.
Very Impressive and VERY delicate!
Liked your spider house plant flower. The way you have highlighted the flower itself, and set it in a darker surround is a wonderful effect.
I get a chill just looking at the ice crystals!
HaHa, and we are only at the beginning of the cold season! Keep warm!
I may have to break down and turn up the heat as well!
That is a nice capture.
Thank you. Macrophotography is great for seeing things we don’t normally see.
Just one word… amazing!!!
I like your work too. Thanks for visiting.
Thank you for sharing this…..I love it.
It is amazing how abstract nature can be. I love the monochrome of this even though it was taken in colour.
Really good – I like it very much!
Thanks Andrew. I was a cold shoot but worth the result.
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wow, how did you capture this? so exquisite.
This was taken on a Canon XS (EOS 1000) 800 ISO, 1/1000 at 5.6
The crystals were forming on the side of a support post at just about eye level – too high for a tripod. So this was a hand held macro photo taking into account that I could not get too close in case I shook the camera too much. I was very pleased with the way these turned out.
I love the detail in the snowflakes! They’re so cool! Great job on the focus.
Thank you. This was taken with macro. I could probably have got a bit closer but I was holding the camera instead of using a tripod so was very concerned about significant camera shake.
amazing! what lens?
My kit lens (18-55mm) with a 12mm extension ring. I can’t afford an actual macro lens so this is my cheaper, but effective, alternative.
artyange photo images
Thank you. Every one is different. I suspect that I could take up a lot of time, and images, just photographing ice crystals!!
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