Needles and Pins

Needles and Pins
  1. Really cool shot, nicely done!

  2. nice composition with the lines , great work !!

  3. like the cool toning in this one .. well done

  4. I see what you mean about the weather difference. Terrific capture of winter though.

  5. Wow!!! Impresionante fotografia, me encantan ver estos carambanos colgando del tejado, una nitidez increible. Saludos!

  6. Lovely in grayscale and the vertical format for the giant icicles. (Wouldn\'t want to be under one of those if they broke off!)

  7. WOW! Love the detail..the rhythm and repetition of these icicles. Wonderfrul image!

  8. what a nice detail, I like the blue tones

  9. Great shot! Maybe i wont to see more reflections on windows. Congrats!

  10. Very nice ice – like dragon\'s teeth! Beautiful B&W processing.

  11. Nice the monotone process on this winter view. Last days of winter, I hope.

  12. amazing!

  13. Awesome!

  14. Very cool shot, those icicles look very sharp!

  15. beautiful, love the angle of view

  16. A clever title and exceptional shot.

  17. HA! I bet there aren\'t many who figured out this kind of wonderful image for Needles and Pins. Amazing!

  18. Trots svår vårlängtan tycker jag den här bilden är urläcker *s* Kram!

  19. Great, superb … excellent framing, very good details … well done!

  20. You\'ve captured the essence of winter and ice. Excellent title, too.

  21. Very dramatic and beautiful.

  22. The weapons of nature! hard as steel and cold as ice 😉

  23. Great photo, but argh! When is spring going to come!!?!?!?

  24. Beautiful icecyles and they look clean enough to eat. (we used to do that when we were kids:-)

  25. Ooooooh…too cold!!! Like the image though Frida. 🙂

  26. I like the viewpoint you chose to get these great looking icicles. The toning works very well with this subject. Nice job of shooting.

  27. earlier this year i was wondering how to capture a shot like this. now i know! very good

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