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    The Ice Man Cometh

    Its a cold start to the New Year here in the UK. The good news is that here is something new to snap at.

    The Ice Man Cometh

    The Ice Man Cometh

    The Ice Man Cometh

    The Ice Man Cometh

    The Ice Man Cometh

    The Ice Man Cometh

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    Re: The Ice Man Cometh

    Every one a cracker (ice : crack ..... oh, forget it!). The 4th one is my favourite

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    Re: The Ice Man Cometh

    I can't choose between the last three, so 4, 5 and 6

    Keep trying to work out what's reflected in them (that's not a question, just a statement of why/how they hold my interest).

    Very nice work as usual Steve.

    Cheers,

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    Re: The Ice Man Cometh

    1, 2 and 5 are my favourites; however to narrow them down, my favourite would have to be number 5.

    The brown tinge on the edge of the ice-cube seems to give great contrast to the sky-blue background - just my thoughts.

    Dan

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    Re: The Ice Man Cometh

    Like the edge profiles most! #4 for me. You can find an image in anything. Inspiring stuff.

    Every one a cracker (ice : crack ..... oh, forget it!). The 4th one is my favourite
    LOL

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    Re: The Ice Man Cometh

    Thankyou all, I personally like 4 and 5 best. I wanted No2 to work better but I had trouble balancing the ice on the blue garden ornament.

    The brown tinge on the edge of the ice-cube seems to give great contrast to the sky-blue background
    Dan, I actually toned this issue down a little with the blurring brush since out of the camera it looked as if the ice was superimposed on the sky. On looking at them again I think I may have only just got away with it.

    Steve

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