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Old Dec 23, 2009, 9:03 AM   #11
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Gary - Just noticed your reply - you sure are quick - posted before I finished posting these. Thanks and have a wonderful blessed Christmas yourself!
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Old Dec 23, 2009, 9:48 AM   #12
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Hey mole. Great job you have there. It reminds me of mine as a newspaper reporter. We get to go to cool places and take lots of pictures. And they pay us! Thanks for sharing.
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These are wonderful shots mole, thank you very much for sharing. Your photos remind me that I need to get out into the woods more.
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Wonderful winter scenes. A heavy blanket of snow certainly adds to the beauty of the surroundings. Thanks for another vicarious trip to the mountains.

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Old Dec 23, 2009, 11:07 AM   #15
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Some tremendous pictures Mole. The lighting and composition is really top notch. I like them all, but in particular the layered shots of the mountains...lots of mist and mood.

I've never been to your part of the world, but your pictures should be used by the state tourism board...they would appeal and attract a lot of visitors from out of state.
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Old Dec 23, 2009, 11:15 AM   #16
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Wonderful pictures!!! I do like the "snow" pictures, its just that I do not like being out in it. My wife was so adamant about no snow, that when we moved up to Seattle in the mid 80's that she had a "no snow" clause in her agreement with the university. Then over Thanksgiving we had 5 straight days of snow - well over 2 feet.

I guess this is the time of the year for it, later on everyone will be sick and tired of it waiting for it to go away....
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Old Dec 23, 2009, 5:40 PM   #17
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An awesome series - hope I can do as well at home next time I'm there in the snow. They definitely make me want to dig out my snowshoes and get ready. My favorite is the snow falling off the tree and the sunlight catching it. I can't tell you how many times I've tried to capture that and failed miserably every time. I just love that shot.
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Great series you are giving me ideas for when I retire (soon)
Nice forum you guys have here more active than most, It's been a joy to monitor as I just got back into Pentax

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Mole, All I can say is wow!
some of these shots leave me speechless.
BTW, in the second post... top left picture... is that a Snowy Owl?
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Well done, Mole-

Merry Christmas. Enjoy your rest, you deserve it.

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