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Old Jan 22, 2011, 1:17 PM   #1
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Please meet Hamish , found him at a farm shop near Callander



Next two Show a rather frozen Loch Lubnaig





The next three show Loch Earn (not frozen)






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Say hello to Hamish for me, Darren-

That is a nice series, but it looks cold.

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Hamish! Love it!! Great series.
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Old Jan 22, 2011, 2:27 PM   #4
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That is a nice series, but it looks cold.

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Yes the loch was frozen pretty solid and you can see the frost in Hamish pic though when the sun came out it was very pleasant
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Nice series. Like the shot of the sun shining through the tree.
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Nice series of photos, thanks for sharing
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Great photos! Hamish is handsome one, isn't he? Lovely scenery; well captured.
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Nice set of photos Darren. I love Scotland and the countryside, we will be up there in March, and will have the FZ45 with us, I can't wait....
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