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Photo A Day Experiment (PADE) Day25 - Shapes

Shapes have always attracted mankind, the affair started way back when the Circle was discovered and realised as the best crafted shape ever (as a wheel). Squares, rectangles, other polygons would have later being discovered and praised. One of the best example of human-admiration of Shapes is the Pyramids and a lot many other architectural marvels! And, what Shapes could reveal about astronomy is not unknown (Mayan temples to Jantar Mantar).

For today's theme, I would like to post a Shape that is quite unique in all its characteristics - the Shape of an Ice Crystal! 
Shot these falling crystals (animated) at Telus Spark Science Centre of Calgary. With varied falling speed on different screens they created awesomeness out there...

Falling Ice Crystals
Pic had that wood-yellow feeling owing to wooden frames, but I thought to post it in monochrome!

This picture post is an Entry to PADE-2013, a month long Photo-blog event. To know more and participate, click here or here. Check themes here.  

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  1. Wow Punit loved the feel of the post..quite serene. Also loved what you have done with the template.Lovely write up too. We all crave forms and then we detest being in them :)

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  2. Thank you so much @Juztamom :) for liking this new template too, I forgot to save the template and then had to spare more time than I thought to get back it in to 'shape'!

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  3. The invert /B/w of the image just turned out right ... nice creativity Punit !

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  4. Great shot... Really a unique shape to capture..

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  5. Glorious image

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  6. Thank you @Deepak Deepak sir :)

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  7. Thank you, your always welcome to share ur thoughts on my clicks...

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  8. Wow! Unbelieveable and now your template design looks even more unique and invteresting!

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  9. :) Thank you


    Btw @Ritu KT I dont know why, but was unable to post a Reply to your answer to my comment, some WP glitch. I was talking about the movie Signs - it was about those Crop Circles and Aliens, havent you watched that?

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