Greater Concord Photo Club
A Friendly Group of Photographers in Concord, NH
Really pretty. I like this kind of “all-over” composition, and each crystal is beautiful in itself. This comes across on my monitor as slightly gray-greenish. I like the color a lot, and I wish I had a good name for it.
I want this in a wallpaper.
I’m also thinking, great wall paper. Subtle pattern and color. At first I thought it was snowflakes, but the I thought, What is this? please enlighten me.
Are these ice crystals? It is a beautiful flat lay. I am wondering how you set this up.
frost on the windshield of my wife’s car. I shot it from the driver’s seat, handheld, with a 105 mm lens. This represents about a 6×4 inch section of the windshield. Tinted a bit in Camera Raw. Thank you.
William Bentley studied snowflakes in Vermont–
Thanks, Laura…I checked out the site. He was doing it in 1922 with a microscope and bellows. Don Kom… does it currently with a digital camera: https://www.donkom.ca/the-snowflake/
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