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Old Mar 3, 2004, 10:03 PM   #11
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This is one excellent work of art. This was a "thought out" piece, and it offers sincere and pure emotion, and also a story that perhaps none of us will ever fully understand, but one that has been shared in part by a great photographer and recorder of emotion.

Thanks for your story
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Old Mar 4, 2004, 9:52 AM   #12
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Thanks for the comments;
Believe it or not, about 5 hours before that photo was taken, there was little snow on the ground; and all of a sudden 'poof' this huge blanket of snow exploded. I was quite thrilled because I love snow, and there was little to be found since I got my camera. I hope some more comes so I can get some more shots;

And indeed, I was wearing my sneakers :lol:
and my feet were very wet when I came in; right before I came in I slipped in the snow and made a big truffling mess on the snow; one thing I hate, is wrecking the beauty of untouched snow ( in this case it was an exception for a photograph :P ) My new camera was the only thing that didn't get snow all over it. [phew!]
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Old Mar 4, 2004, 1:08 PM   #13
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My new camera was the only thing that didn't get snow all over it.
You probably didn't even have to say this. We all knew it. We'd rather break a leg than our cameras, right?
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lol i don't know if i'd rather break a leg.....but lol
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Old Mar 8, 2004, 8:52 PM   #15
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footprints going away
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Old Mar 8, 2004, 9:18 PM   #16
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I like the second image.

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Old Mar 9, 2004, 7:20 AM   #17
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What's really interesting is that we're seeing a peculiar side to composition here, the psychological side. The photos are nearly identical except for the direction of the footprints, and it turns out that the direction is important. It's not the footprints themselves but what we know about footprints that makes the huge difference.

This is something I never thought about before seeing your photo, and it took me a long time just sitting here staring at it to figure out what was bothering me. You've taught us something. Thank you.
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