Couple in the snow

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I got some Hornby model railway figures to mess around with. This is the result of me messing around with them.

My usual sugar snow, but this time with a bit of "action" snowfall to add a bit more atmosphere.

If you look close enough you'll see some of the "snowflakes" are large enough to cause some serious damage to our resting couple.

On Black.

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  1. kansasvmax94 52 months ago | reply

    That's like some serious tennisball sized hail... Ouch!!! Awesome shot!

  2. im.mick 52 months ago | reply

    Little People!

    i love that stuff.

  3. Wulfus 52 months ago | reply

    Brilliant work!

    Seen in Toy Art (?)

  4. Jiteo 52 months ago | reply

    Nicely done! These miniatures should be more challenging than lego since you can't pose them, but then that makes them very limited in what you can do with them.

    Great shot!

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  5. Lillput 52 months ago | reply

    Looks like the bloke is eyeing up her handbag with a view to pinching it...or is he taking a furtive glance at her knee?

  6. Dr. Azzacov 52 months ago | reply

    Simply and Beauty

  7. f/28 52 months ago | reply

    good work!

  8. pasukaru76 52 months ago | reply

    They must both have blinked just as you took the picture.

  9. patchworkbunny 52 months ago | reply

    Your fake snow looks great. Their little faceless heads are a bit creepy....

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  10. S Bavido 52 months ago | reply

    That's more like a serious hail storm than snow!

  11. sechs und fünfzig 51 months ago | reply

    Ahaha I love your sense of humour. :) Your one of those people that you just want to be friends with right away, just because you read the way they write. :) Great collection of work.

  12. Balakov 51 months ago | reply

    Thank you! And as your profile picture is also my house number, we're obviously destined to be friends.

  13. [rafa] 51 months ago | reply

    the postprocessing really works. Excellent color and treatment.

  14. sechs und fünfzig 51 months ago | reply

    Hahaha! Yes! It all just fits perfectly. P.S. Am quite jealous your house number is 56. I think it's the most beautiful number ever, I want to start my own magazine: fifty-six. I'm even tempted to change my house number now from 33 to 56..that will sure mess people up.

  15. [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

    It's really good!!! It looks like a Walter Martin & Paloma Muñoz's shot though :)

  16. south of the metro 51 months ago | reply

    Seen this awesome work at

  17. phishpot 45 months ago | reply

    love the shot! very well done indeed.

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