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Just some frost on a fence post. Something we see it but don't really ever appreciate it's delicate beauty.
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Well seen and shot, V1 for me.
Frost can also look miserable and grim but you have used the available light to perfection in both these fine abstract images. V1 works a little better due to the direction of the light which has brought out the contours of the wooden post.
These are two great macro photos !! Now I also know how frost looks from close up We hardly ever see the stuff where we live !
You've made it look beautiful! Brrrrr...
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