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Old Feb 19, 2013, 6:50 PM   #1
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Had some fun with HDR with an early morning snow storm looking out the living room window. Our ski park needed this snow.
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Nicely done. I really like the snow dusting on the evergreens (Balsam Firs?)
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Old Feb 20, 2013, 8:47 AM   #3
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Nice shots but I do miss seeing MT. Shasta. Number two is a great mood shot.

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We had always thought they were all pines, but found out recently there are two seqoias among the stand. They won't get big like the famous coastal trees due to lack of moisture. Off to ski this morning.
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Here you go Keltech. Sun came out. From the back deck.
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Thanks, Love that shot! If that were in my backyard I would be at the window staring at it all day.

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.... Sun came out. From the back deck.
Whoa!! That's the view from your back deck?
Very Nice photo and what a view to have.

From my back deck I have a nice view of my neighbor's picnic table leaning against his house for the winter.

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That is an amazing view and great captures

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Thanks, Love that shot! If that were in my backyard I would be at the window staring at it all day.

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That about sums up my reaction to that view.
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All the images are lovely. Mt Shasta's lovely, but I really like the second one.

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