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Old Feb 16, 2015, 5:50 PM   #1
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First time getting to use the working 12-40. Here are some ice sculptures the students carve every year for our Winter Carnival. Posting the large versions, one step below original in Flickr



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Old Feb 16, 2015, 7:55 PM   #2
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These look nice Drew, I especially like the way the setting sun is reflected in the third shot. What campus?
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Dartmouth. About 100 feet from my office (the white buildings in the background)
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Quite cool -- literally, I suppose. Beautiful campus, great photo. It is a bit different here in Florida.
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Quite cool -- literally, I suppose. Beautiful campus, great photo. It is a bit different here in Florida.
Ditto. Really nice captures. It is humorous that that the artist chose a tropical bird to carve in ice.
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Congratulations fort the new lens, I am glad you found a solution for the return drama.

Very mic epicures, love the colors and reflections on the ice.

The campus looks like a beautiful place, I would love to see more of that place.

Thank you for posting.
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