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    I was trying to get pictures of freshly-fallen snowflakes the other day. Unfortunately, the air was a little warmer than freezing, so I couldn't seem to get any isolated without them just melting.

    WrenBirdsMommy, GooDQ, Batian_Lion, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. GooDQ 52 months ago | reply

      Wow thats cool. Like the ones you see in the cartoons.

      Nice work.

    2. Batian_Lion 52 months ago | reply

      Wow, fantastic work and great result for such a tricky project

    3. Kristen (aka Buttercup) 33 months ago | reply

      I used your photo on my blog today and credited you. Thanks for sharing!

    4. makingmeaningmakinghome 27 months ago | reply

      Thank you for your beautiful photo. I used it on my blog and credited it to you.

    5. 21 months ago | reply

      Sent a message but thought maybe you might not get notified so posting here as well.

      Would like to use this image on the cover of my next book. Happy to put attribution in the book as well as send you a copy if this is okay.

    6. diane jardel 21 months ago | reply

      the magic of snow is that each flake is individual like humans.

    7. luckyisgood 15 months ago | reply

      Great image, love that you made it black and white! I needed an image of something complex and beautiful, and a snowflake was a perfect example. Thank you for letting me use your work, I wrote a Google+ post here: on the topic of "What complext thing can you make simpler?"

    8. symphony of love 13 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much for this wonderful capture and for making this available under Creative Commons License. I have used this with a poem by James T. Moore at Symphony of Love.

      Infinite Gratitude, Blessings, and Love,

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