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Snow Shell

Posted by
Jason Kravitz (Brussels, Belgium) on 6 December 2006 in Abstract & Conceptual.

It snowed a bunch in Texas and Oklahoma last week. It was a surprise to come back to Belgium and find it warmer than Dallas.

Anyway - this was a shell in Leslie's parents house covered partially by snow.

Canon EOS 20D 1/125 second F/5.6 ISO 200 105 mm

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Amit from Santa Clara, CA, United States

Woow, Very nice, great sun light..

6 Dec 2006 5:07am

Aaron Schmidt from Auckland, New Zealand

Looks like a volcano ant colony ready to explode!

6 Dec 2006 5:39am

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Fantastic. I love the snow!!!

6 Dec 2006 7:30am

Craig Persel from Montreal, Canada

Very weird. :-)

6 Dec 2006 11:29am

Matt Cauquil from Brussels, Belgium

Weird and nice effect with light ;o)

6 Dec 2006 12:17pm

Duncan Galbraith from kyoto, Japan

A nice eye to catch this.

6 Dec 2006 2:20pm

Shuva from Hyderabad, India

Oh man! nice eyes!

6 Dec 2006 5:36pm

Sylvia from Milano, Italy

I thought it was bone-- the contrast of snow and white made me think of skulls. Very nice. And the texture too.

6 Dec 2006 7:12pm

Ella from Canada

It's funny because that doesn't look like a shell, maybe more like the reminents of a mask from some old star wars movie ;) First snow falls are always such a surprise...

6 Dec 2006 10:12pm

H.O from Victoria, Canada

Beautiful shot Jason.

7 Dec 2006 6:52am

Manuela Photography from Hainburg (near Frankfurt/Main), Germany

Thought also it was bones or skull! Love the sun ray & the snow texture.

7 Dec 2006 8:36am