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Old Jan 19, 2009, 3:36 PM   #11
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Torgny these are beautiful pictures especially the first 2 great work my friend
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Old Jan 19, 2009, 3:37 PM   #12
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great shots! I really love the sky/clouds in that first shot!
Thank you, firstascent, for viewing and commenting. I added some extra highlight to the sky. I was afraid it might be too much. Glad you like it

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Torgny these are beautiful pictures especially the first 2 great work my friend
Thank you, hercules. Why don't you post a couple of (winter?) pictures from Sparta. Always wondered how it looks

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Old Jan 20, 2009, 2:16 AM   #14
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Torgny these are beautiful pictures especially the first 2 great work my friend
Thank you, hercules. Why don't you post a couple of (winter?) pictures from Sparta. Always wondered how it looks

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Torgny, this is the only pictures i posted not exactly landscape winter photos though http://forums.steves-digicams.com/fo...amp;forum_id=5but i will try to get out and take a few more this week
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Good morning, Torgny!

Wonderful set of photos.. love the light and different angles.. well done!

Have a great day!

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For us enlightened they sound like a sweet wisper in our ears, accompanied by the sound of the Sea and the barely audible sound of Sea Shells

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Beautiful shots Torgny! You couldn't have described this better. I love the 2nd one. They have an artistic architectural beauty to my eye. Simplicity with functionality. ...cheers..
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Old Jan 25, 2009, 6:47 PM   #17
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Thank you very much for viewing and the comments. I have a folder with many, many pictures of wind power. A few of them are ok, I think. Glad you like the ones on display here

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I find the one with the young swan(?)evokes a low ambient temperature very well. Not one to view at the computer screen in the early unheated hours.

Or it just a trick of the light?
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I find the one with the young swan(?)evokes a low ambient temperature very well. Not one to view at the computer screen in the early unheated hours.

Or it just a trick of the light?
No, Alan, it was really cold. The low temperature struck mercilessly. A few hours later there was ice all over. Hard to maneuvre a camera

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...Hard to maneuvre a camera
Thanks, Torgny. Keep shooting, and keep wrapped up warm (with camera tucked up inside the insulated jacket until the last moment!). Another fine picture.

Must rush back to a rendezvous with my hot-water bottle.
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