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Old Jan 12, 2011, 6:52 AM   #11
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Hans - Thanks so much for your kind words. We have had plenty of grey skies lately, so lots of practice with them!

Les - You are too kind! Glad you enjoyed these...

GW - Glad you liked them! White Pines sure do look good in snow!

Vole - Yes Ma'am - i do need to get working on that...

Kevin - Thanks! That was one of my favorites too. Since you enjoyed the tracks, I will post a few more (in a separate posting here in just a minute)...

Rebs - Thanks so much for saying so! Would love to see some of your photos of scenes from your part of the world too!
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Old Jan 12, 2011, 10:03 AM   #12
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Lovely! I like the trees reflecting in the water.

tw, thanks for sending the snow this way. Last I measured we was at 13" and it's still snowing. They keep announcing if you don't need to go out, don't. And, this is New England. My work place is closed for the second time this year and the fourth time since I've been there 18 years.

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Old Jan 12, 2011, 9:43 PM   #13
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Mole - I'm a bit late, but wanted to say how much I enjoyed these pictures. Your scenery is truly stunning. The first ice has very interesting patterns and I love all the tree pictures.

Patty - Amazing, I never thought anything would bring New England to a standstill. Guess I was wrong.
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Sorry to be late posting but have been busy blowing snow up here. Another interesting and beautifully photographed series!

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Old Jan 16, 2011, 4:40 PM   #15
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Patty - glad you enjoyed these! Sorry we had to send the storm on to you, it just wouldn't stay here... Hope you are digging out & doing fine!

Harriet - Thanks so much - we are indeed blessed with great scenery in the Tennessee hills!

Lou - Glad you liked them! Hope you are surviving the snow!
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Great shots,

love those animal tracks

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