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Old Dec 10, 2007, 5:14 AM   #11
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Really nice series of misty morning shots......................musket
Thanks, musket.:-) It was despite (or rather because) of the mist and rain, a very pleasant piece of easy climbing

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Nice set of pictures but unless that coat covered all the way to my feet, I'll stay inside by the fire.
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Old Dec 11, 2007, 1:56 PM   #13
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Nice set of pictures but unless that coat covered all the way to my feet, I'll stay inside by the fire.
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Old Dec 11, 2007, 2:09 PM   #14
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This series beautifully captures my feelings of old when British winter rambling and hill walking. These days I don't even set out when the weather is 'drear', but my memory banks are full of soggy pre-arranged days out with friends, and even busloads of people, just like these.

I didn't often get my camera out on those occasions, so well done for capturing the atmosphere. I hope your camera didn't literally capture too much of it in its structure, Torgny.
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This series beautifully captures my feelings of old when British winter rambling and hill walking. These days I don't even set out when the weather is 'drear', but my memory banks are full of soggy pre-arranged days out with friends, and even busloads of people, just like these.

I didn't often get my camera out on those occasions, so well done for capturing the atmosphere. I hope your camera didn't literally capture too much of it in its structure, Torgny.
Thank you, Alan. There are many similar landscape types in your country and mine. A pair of them are described by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

My Himalaya jacket has waterproof pockets so I donĀ“t have to worry about a little camera getting wet

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