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    Individual snowflakes on the BBQ.

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    wow Casil, great detail work there!!!

    what camera do you have? I know it's a pentax (at least I think I know that. do I know that )

    anyway,, love the flake...
    when I saw your title I was wondering what happened to the doll.
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    Cool stuff!

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    Sweet! I can't get even 1/2 as close as that..macro here i come.. that is after my other items on the ever growing list...
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    I love how intricate a shape a snowflake is - Nice shot!
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    Very neat. I love the macro world. Still using my point and shoot for the macro's though as I don't really have the coin for a macro lens for my XSi yet. I've been looking for an opportunity for a snowflake but haven't really seen one. Piles of snow, easy, individual flakes, no so much.
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    I hope that is on the grill cover *LOL*


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    Well done macro photo Casil.

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    Thanks folks...this was one final button away from being deleted permanently....lol...wasn't sure if I liked it or not.
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    Wow .... snowflakes!

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