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Old Feb 28, 2015, 2:20 PM   #1
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This morning at 6:00 AM with the OMD-E5 and 9-18mm and two frozen hands.

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Old Feb 28, 2015, 6:10 PM   #2
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Great shot, looks cold have to have a little chuckle as I'm sitting here in shorts & T-shirt as I'm writing this while you're all freezing over there in the US.
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Tom, does it ever get super cold in any of Australia?
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Great shot, looks cold have to have a little chuckle as I'm sitting here in shorts & T-shirt as I'm writing this while you're all freezing over there in the US.
I agree, it is an excellent shot.

FYI--We are not all freezing here in the States. It's 80F where I live.
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Nice shot, Marcelo! No ice here in Orlando, except in the freezer.
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Great shot, looks cold have to have a little chuckle as I'm sitting here in shorts & T-shirt as I'm writing this while you're all freezing over there in the US.
Thank you TG, this Winter is very hard and I am really tired of snow and extremely low temperatures. We are expecting another storm tonight and tomorrow

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I agree, it is an excellent shot.

FYI--We are not all freezing here in the States. It's 80F where I live.
Lucky you Steven, thank you for the feedback.

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Nice shot, Marcelo! No ice here in Orlando, except in the freezer.
Thank you McBook,
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It looks a lot different from when we were there in June last year, still the same fabulous skyline though, I don't see many of the jet skiers in the shot that were there in June....lol.
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It's been warm enough to melt most of the river here the past few days--only to get back to around zero again tonight. Hopefully the last "hurrah!"
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