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Old Dec 9, 2009, 11:18 AM   #11
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Very nice and fresh series. I like it a lot. Nice colors and lighting, which you cought well in #1, #4, #5 and #6, of which the two last-ones are my favorite. The scene by the lake with this special glow and the gentle colors is beautifully captured.

The road-picture (Goshen and Hufcut) has a solid composition which I liked at once.

I did not care much for #3 - its a difficult scene to frame with all that busy background.

Snow is difficult to picture right - you have obviuosly done your homework!

Thanks, Walter!

#3 was the only shot I made inside the cemetery. Initially I thought I'd walk all the way across to the far end because the sun was shining from that direction and I wanted to take pictures of the tombstones all lit up not to mention the church in the background. But as soon as I stepped into the hallowed grounds something came over me. I thought I heard the dead whisper, "So you wanna walk all over the place? Be my guest." I took a quick picture and then turned tail.
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Old Dec 9, 2009, 11:27 AM   #12
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An excellent series. The last two are my favorites. Well done.

Have a great day.

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Old Dec 9, 2009, 11:45 AM   #13
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An excellent series. The last two are my favorites. Well done.

Have a great day.

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When I showed them to friends on FB who are in my tropical-clime-country-of-origin, I thought I got more than my fair share of praises. I also thought they were simply excited to see all the snow. Now I think my photos have merit on their own, after all. Thanks a lot, Sarah Joyce! And to all who expressed their appreciation, thanks, too!
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If I had all their addresses I would yep I would! and I would say something like

"I would like to wish you a merry Christmas but here with in you will find a better place to be merry for I think you have tried to to convince me that with all the anoyance I got from you this would be a better place to decorate in the prepared spot with in" Merry resting!

Yep that would do what ya think...?
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