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BuzzNL



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Registered: January 2021
Location: The Netherlands
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Taken in nature reserve "Huis ter Heide" near my village.
During a period of mild frost, this small ditch got frozen with a thin layer of ice, hovering about 10cm in the air above the ground.
My just-purchased angle finder helped me out a lot here in being able to frame the composition as I wanted!


Printed on MGIVRC and developed in my last (dark, DARK brown) remainder of Kodak Polymax-T, which would develop a less-contrasty print than new fresh developer, which I was aiming for in this print.
Date: Sun, 18, February, 2024 Views: 9523
Filesize: 68.3kb, 488.4kb Dimensions: 1400 x 1113
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Keywords: Print031_MGIVRC_Glossy_8x10
Film make, size & rating:: Fomapan 400 at 250
Film developer & temp:: Fomadon LQN
Lens Focal Length, aperture: EOS 50e - EF28-105mm + yellow filter
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: MGIVRC Glossy
Paper developer & temp:: Polymax-T

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alexmuir
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Tue, 20, February, 2024 9:24pm

I like this because it resembles an artistic glass creation. The light really brings out the details and transparency of the ice.
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BuzzNL

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Wed, 21, February, 2024 10:13am

Thanks Alex!
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