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Old Feb 13, 2005, 9:27 PM   #11
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Nice shots. I really like the blurred background. But, do you see the blurred light spot on the second and third photo above the center and to the right? It is more noticeable on the 3rd pic because the branch is darker It is in the same position in both photos. Dust or hotspot?

Still, great shots. Thanks for sharing. -- Steven
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Old Feb 13, 2005, 11:54 PM   #12
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Hmm, I checked on the originals and I think you've found yourself a snowflake, Gospel. :-)

You prolly don't see to many of them critters down where you are, though.

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Normcar, oh, OK. Yes, snow is very rare here. But actually on this Christmas Eve, we had the best snow sotrm in 32 years. Here is a gallary showing the snow:

http://www.pbase.com/sandshark/galveston_snow

Very, very rare that we get to see surf and snow in the same picture. Galveston broke all time snowfall records.

Here is another gallery:
http://www.pbase.com/dblink/snow&page=all

Glad the camera lens is OK!
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Normcar, oh, OK. Yes, snow is very rare here. But actually on this Christmas Eve, we had the best snow sotrm in 32 years. Here is a gallary showing the snow:

http://www.pbase.com/sandshark/galveston_snow

Very, very rare that we get to see surf and snow in the same picture. Galveston broke all time snowfall records.

Here is another gallery:
http://www.pbase.com/dblink/snow&page=all

Glad the camera lens is OK!
Steven
love the second link, Christmas looks such fun in the snow, we spend our Christmases at the beach in the sun so it's mighty different.
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Great shots of the snow Steven, it can be fun stuff as long as it melts real fast. Those kids look like they are having a blast! Memories.
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