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An illustration of the importance of clean living

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    Obviously, one of these went down the wrong path...

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    Quite the contrast!
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    I quite like the feather's delicate quality in shot 2
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    Thanks, Iggy and Marko. That second one was a challenge - sun going in and out, I wanted it out, and was trying to get the wisps without blowing the whites too badly. There a reason why the downy stuff is always white or very light gray?

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