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    Winter twigs

    4x5 Pinhole; f250; Photo location High Park, Toronto; Date: February 2013
    Film Used: Ilford FP4-125; Exposure 3 sec. RO9 1+80; couple of more min. to 19 min , Duotoned in LR,
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    Very nice. I really like the play of light on the snow (and no hot spots).
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    I miss the wonderful opportunities that snow offers, but not enough to live where it snows much at all. This is a nice one Delio.

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    This image is masterful. I don't think that even Marv could have done it better, and that is high praise for a snow picture. The play of light and shadow is wonderful.
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    First class image 10/10

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    Thank you all It's all gone fellows!! Two days after the snow storm we had rain that washed everything away, now it's all solid ice!
    @ Earl, high praise indeed and, somehow undeserved since while taking the shot I was thinking about Marv's twigs in the snow and how to do the same.
    Now; that is the master at work that deserves the praise.

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    You know what they say about imitation. It's a great effort that stands alone, Delio. Keep 'em coming.

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    That's a beauty Delio! as Earl and others point out - wonderful textures in the snow! nicely done!

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    Wonderful work, Delio. Really like the patterns, movement, and tonal range. My son lives a short walk from High Park, and he mentioned the recent snowfall — more than usual for Toronto.

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    This image looks as sharp and crisp as the snow on the ground. It's a beauty Delio.
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