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PHOTO: Face plant into fresh snow looks like 3D image

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As snow blanketed the D.C. region on Thursday night, FOX 5 photographer Nelson Jones and his daughter took their snow photos to a new level! Jones tweeted out a crazy picture of their snow face plant, and it's a hit on social media.

Jones says he and his daughter were shoveling snow when it was still fresh, and his daughter suggested they stick their faces in the snow that had fallen on the roof of their car.  They did, and then his daughter took a photo of the face plant (in the dark) with her iPhone.  And so the crazy, 3D snow face plant pic was born!



Jones' daughter shot the photo from above the snow, and she used the flash on her iPhone's camera.  The image has a distinct 3D look, even though Jones says that's not how it looked to the naked eye.  He says they were shocked at the outcome!

SEE THE PIC: @nelsonjwttg5 on twitter

TRY IT!  Think you can top this face plant pic?  Send us yours!  There are three ways to do it:

Facebook: Post your snow face plant pic on our MyFoxDC Facebook page!

Twitter: Tweet us your pic @myfoxdc and use the hashtag #fox5snowday

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If you think this is cool - head to Reddit and vote for it!
LINK: http://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/1ub9bm/crazy_snow_faceplant_looks_3d/


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