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Old Jan 9, 2013, 7:16 PM   #1
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G'day JJ

Good use of leading lines, excellent exposure, well done

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Ice is nice sometimes, and you did a better job of capturing it than I ever do.
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Thanks Phil and Steve for taking a look.

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Wow that is a gorgeous shot!!! All the lines and different texture, composition, all perfect!!! Bet it would look good in B&W too.
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Wow! Perfection!!! That would make a glorious huge enlargement, framed!
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Amazing image dear Jim! Perfect shot, as said by all the other friends!
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Thanks Saly, Carol and Alex. The Hocking Hills are special in the winter.

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Nice shot jj... and I wonder how many HDR fans are looking at this and thinking.......
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