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Dance!
Photo By Ben Hollingsworth

  • Title: Dance!
  • State/Province/Region: Nebraska
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Lincoln
  • Description: These organic patterns grow in the frost on our 120-year-old windows whenever the outdoor temps drop down around +5F. This scene is about 2" wide. It is back-lit by an overcast, morning sky. The title came to mine immediately upon seeing the large formation on the left. These patterns seemed to exhibit an energy that is uncommon in window frost composition.
  • Gear: Canon 7D + Tamron 90/2.5 (52B)
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