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from eons ago-
stellar life

Was challenged to post black and white photos for five days on Facebook.  Used my macro rubberband lens which fits my Samsung Galaxy III to capture some snowflakes….then added a galactic backdrop.
Look Up Look Down Challenge

NF Digital Art Meme

Alphabe-Thursday, Letter B



May the Holy Spirit guide you in all your endeavors!

19 Responses

  1. Each of them would make good Christmas card covers.

  2. Cool….
    you can challenge someone else on Facebook too to keep the challenge going…
    i agree with previous comment..these would make great Xmas cards…

  3. Pretty!
    It was snowing here but looks like it’s going to melt in a day or two…

  4. The manipulated version is far more interesting than the original…

  5. never heard of macro rubberband lenz, what kind of lens is that?

    love that backdrop. Creates interesting images

  6. It’s hard to capture snowflakes. I love your edit, it’s so magical.

  7. Now that is cool!!

  8. Very nice. I like the first one with more contrast & details. But that’s just me. I rarely go for subtle.

    It always amazes me what cell phone or tablet cameras can do. I get mediocre photos, at best on mine.

    You can view my Digital Art creation for this week here:

  9. Yes, wonderful! As a meteor shower!

  10. I know nothing about photography but found both photographs beautiful. Of course, for me snow is always a treat.

  11. Wow, those are beautiful!

  12. Very creatively edited photography!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

  13. neat snowflakes! {:-D

  14. That is so cool!
    As we’re sweltering in the build up to a Sydney summer, it’s lovely to see your much cooller photos 🙂

  15. Very cool. Now I want to try it.

  16. I am so looking forward to snow now! 🙂

  17. Macro rubberband lense!

    I’m so intrigued with that name that I almost forgot to look at the beautiful pictures!

    Almost but not entirely!

    Thanks for a beautiful link for the letter B.


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