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Old Jan 4, 2011, 10:01 PM   #1
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Driving to work this morning took me through the back roads west of Calgary. The wind was stiff and blew snow across the road in front of me. Had to stop and lay down for this shot. I used the car as a wind break which worked quite well.

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Old Jan 5, 2011, 5:11 AM   #2
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Nice and misterious.
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love the softness imparted by the blowing snow and the way you handled the tones here. classy shot.
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I agree with Dustin - great shot Kevin!
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Old Jan 5, 2011, 5:51 PM   #5
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Thanks for the compliments guys!

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Kevin, this is great, I would never have thought to lay down on the ground to get the shot from that angle. Very Brave of you. Turned out chillingly cool!!Frank
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Hey Frank, the really, REALLY cold part was as I was going down onto the pavement my shirt untucked exposing my stomach right on the road. I let out a shrill several octaves higher than I thought I could do! ....
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great capture looking at all the pics people add to the site keeps giving me ideas for shots/setups
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Hey Frank, the really, REALLY cold part was as I was going down onto the pavement my shirt untucked exposing my stomach right on the road. I let out a shrill several octaves higher than I thought I could do! ....
Holy Crap Kevin! I can just hear you doing it !!!! ROFLMAO!! Thats funny! Turning a fuzzy navel into a frozen one can't be that much fun LOL LOL Frank
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Great photo and cool story accompanying it.
Does the boss ever get tired of hearing things like, "Sorry I'm late. I'll be right into the meeting after I find the first aid kit for some frostbite on my navel."
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