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flowers falling
jmritz


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Challenge: When DPC Breaks (Extended Editing*)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix F50fd
Date: Jul 25, 2016
Date Uploaded: Jul 25, 2016

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Statistics
Place: 31 out of 35
Avg (all users): 5.0877
Avg (commenters): 7.6667
Avg (participants): 5.7895
Avg (non-participants): 4.7368
Views since voting: 179
Views during voting: 131
Votes: 57
Comments: 7
Favorites: 0


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08/05/2016 08:01:27 AM
I was one of your 8s. This just gets better and better.
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08/05/2016 01:46:36 AM
It's a breakthrough conspiracy-proving shot of the original Neil Armstrong moonwalk, just a wider angle, showing all the things they had to clone out as he was never there.
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08/05/2016 12:15:29 AM
it is as mariuca and don say.
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08/05/2016 12:03:25 AM
beautiful
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/03/2016 10:04:43 PM
I like the surrealistic ambiguity of this - like a dream, or a nightmare. Flowers don't fall, normally, unless impelled to do so by an unnatural force. I wonder what are the letters on the right edge - a cryptic writing implied perhaps. bump
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07/31/2016 02:35:51 PM
or hit by frost, maybe. The PP works well with the subject.
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07/29/2016 01:53:24 AM
At first it was a wind, then the flowers started to fall and their colors fell from them like dust, therefore the blur
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