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Old Dec 18, 2011, 6:02 PM   #1
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I was out today at Heritage Park.
A very nice day for a hay ride
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Old Dec 18, 2011, 7:31 PM   #2
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Great shot Fred, a good lookin team of horses there.
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Wow... it is already snowing in Alberta.

Nice picture, those horses are beautiful.

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Good one, Fred! Looks like they're having fun. Too cold for my liking, though.
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Excellent. Good composition, color, and depth of field. Well done Fred.
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Nice shots!
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Nice shot - it gives a good sense of the mood of that moment.

Do we need to explain to Steven R., what that white stuff on the ground is?

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Nice shot - it gives a good sense of the mood of that moment.

Do we need to explain to Steven R., what that white stuff on the ground is?

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I was afraid to ask, I've heard stories of certain types of white powder being very illegal. LOL
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I was afraid to ask, I've heard stories of certain types of white powder being very illegal. LOL
Yes I have herd about that one too.
But The white stuff from Aberta is so cheap, it falls out of the sky and usually gone around April . No Jokeing .


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