SnowFlake

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Thanks everyone! I really appreciate all the comments!

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This was taken with a Canon S3 IS.

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  1. GaabrielMS 32 months ago | reply

    Astounding , absolutely beautiful , nice work

  2. Riccardo Brig Casarico 31 months ago | reply

    Molto bella ... complimenti !!
    un saluto,
    Riccardo

    See my recent photo

  3. Don Komarechka 28 months ago | reply

    Hi Karl, nice shot! Smaller-sensor cameras like the S3 are great at taking photos like this. You can also try "focus-stacking" a few different images to get all of the tips of the snowflake in focus, a technique that I use on all my snowflake images. I love the background too, looks like ice!

  4. @terri 26 months ago | reply

    Fabulous shot!

  5. mlhradio 26 months ago | reply

    Congratulations on receiving more than 25,000 views -- that's quite impressive! Now that you've reached this milestone, you might want to consider graduating this photograph from the 'Views: 3000' group to the 'Views: 25,000' group, which can be found here: www.flickr.com/groups/views25000/

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  6. Emily Bemily 25 months ago | reply

    This is so beautiful! Magical.

  7. scott.bergman [deleted] 18 months ago | reply

    Awesome picture!

  8. exitghost 16 months ago | reply

    Precious photo. Such beautiful blues and delicate detail.

  9. Ania.Photography - travelling 2 months ago | reply

    Hello Karl,gorgeous delicate structure, this is so fascinating! Can't take my eyes off this delicate sky jewel.Stunning details and a wonderful blue background.Magical work of this natural wonder :) Best regards.

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  10. A.Q.G 2 months ago | reply

    Karl,
    Thank you very much for adding this beautiful image to
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  11. Nick Boren Photography 2 months ago | reply

    Wow.. what an amazing snowflake image this is Karl and thanks so much for sharing. :-)

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  12. Caz 71♥ (On and Off) 2 months ago | reply

    So delicate, wow incredible capture, its amazing to think that snowflakes look like that
    just beautiful!!!

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  13. flatworldsedge 2 months ago | reply

    Lovely focus control, and the purity of the crystalline ice is fantastic against the darker blues and more vivid tones.

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  14. ~anup PHOTOGRAPHY~ 2 months ago | reply

    wonderful closeup with superb details my friend

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  15. coyrooster 2 months ago | reply

    The little things in life really do matter. So cool that your eyes scan a snowflake one day and a silicon wafer another. Which is more amazing, a snow crystal or a silicon crystal? I'll go for snow every time even though I couldn't be typing or seeing this picture without the help of silicon.

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  16. P. SuttonPhotography 2 months ago | reply

    Superb capture of this microscopic one of a kind snow crystal ~ the secret inner beauty of this tanslucent tiny ice star shines gloriously on its soft blanket of blue.

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