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Old Mar 3, 2010, 8:34 AM   #11
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Lack of good light or not, Walter, this is quite a lovely image. Too bad the cottage wasn't occupied (or the lights weren't on). It would have been a lot more inviting. Especially, with all that snow!
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Thanks Gary!
And you know what? We still have that much, if not more, snow now! This winter is really giving me a hard time. I am more of a summer's person.


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Thanks Gary!
And you know what? We still have that much, if not more, snow now! This winter is really giving me a hard time. I am more of a summer's person.


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I'm right there with you, Walter! Anything below 70F is arctic for me.
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Old Mar 3, 2010, 10:52 AM   #14
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Lovely shot there Walter We still have no snow and well that took some cabin fever of want out of me it looks great the way you captured the sun through the trees through the fog and the yellow really stands out in the white snow at least it don't make the snow look as if animals were all over the place that would really sour the whiteness of the snow! I have been tring to decide what color to paint my building when I get it done or if I should leave it natural.... it will be awhile there are other things first to build as well hot frame first...
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...it looks great the way you captured the sun through the trees through the fog and the yellow really stands out in the white snow ...
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