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Old Mar 23, 2007, 4:19 PM   #11
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Very textural imagery. I love the fact that you were able to capture the subtle nuances of the snow on the branches and I particularly enjoy the manner in which you framed your images. I have no preference as they work well together...
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Hi Glenn,

Well I am glad you got the snow that we in the U.P. sent to you. LOL!!! We had that snow last week (4"). Now the temps are in the fifties. Go figure.

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Old Mar 23, 2007, 4:59 PM   #13
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Very nice winter...uh,I mean spring shots, Glenn! Soon you'll have all the mud that we here in the middle of the US are experiencing after all of the rain the last few days. YEEEAH!

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Old Mar 23, 2007, 5:09 PM   #14
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Great series...#1 is my favorite! Jay
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Great series...#1 is my favorite! Jay
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Thanks for looking everybody!

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Old Mar 23, 2007, 10:38 PM   #17
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Brrrrr, lovely shots

I'm jealous, here we are all but one third through Autumn and it's still 28 degree Celsius / 82.4 degree Fahrenheit
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Great shots - you got the snow colour just right.


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Dal1970 wrote:
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Great shots - you got the snow colour just right.


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Thanks for the comments Rodney and Darren. I really can't take credit for the snow color. The DL consistently underexposes the snow by a couple of stops, so its easy to bring it up to whatever brightness and color you want.

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Old Mar 24, 2007, 9:47 PM   #20
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Great winter shots. Something is off: we had 64F (18C) today but I cannot complain.

It seems we got some early signs of spring already. Here is my Canon friend trying a macro with a 85mm F1.8 lens and macro filters - I shot this at 50mm, F13 with DA 50-200mm lens:


This is the best I could do:



Everything else is still brown thou.
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