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By Consulo    
Whenever I'm out in the snow, I spend as much time looking down as I do at the beautiful white landscape around me. It pleases me immensely how a (reasonably) heavy snow cover can transform features on the ground, and I find the separation of grasses and the like that can occur, and how they take on a sculptural form, a very satisfying thing to try and capture with my camera.

I've uploaded a colour and B&W version of this shot as I can't decide what I like best, but I hope you like at least one of them.

Thanks for looking,
Michael.

Tags: Snow Winter White General

Voters: woolybill1, mbc2151, mauriceegan and 5 more


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mrswoolybill Plus
9 949 1479 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2013 4:05PM
It's an interesting comparison - so very similar but...
I think I prefer V2, simply because the background looks 'cleaner'. Mousing backwards and forwards, V1 doesn't have the same clarity.
Moira

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bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
15 Feb 2013 9:55AM
minimalism at it's best

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