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Old Dec 27, 2010, 11:01 AM   #1
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Cold and Snow in Suwanee - on Christmas!!

Taken with the A55 - last 2 pics taken with Sigma 105 macro









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Old Dec 27, 2010, 11:18 AM   #2
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All three look very good.

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Old Dec 27, 2010, 11:56 AM   #3
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WOW great ice shots!
Does it often get that cold and snowy down there?
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All three look very good.

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WOW great ice shots!
Does it often get that cold and snowy down there?
It gets cold but it seldom snows. Occasionally we get an ice storm.
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I LOVE the second shot! It's beautiful. Your house is lovely too, Xmas Card ready.
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Xclt shots Clint the Sony seems to do very well!
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Thanks Cole - it does well if I stop to think what I want it to do. I really need to use it more but I hate getting out in the cold. Warmer weather - - come on back!!!
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That looks too cold for me, at least to live in. Nice shots with your new camera.
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Beautiful house, galaxie in the ice, and I sure am glad I finished the RANGER course early at Ft Benning.... LOL Frank
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Beautiful house, galaxie in the ice, and I sure am glad I finished the RANGER course early at Ft Benning.... LOL Frank

That's where my Dad and my son did their Army training. Both in the winter - different years of course.

As a firefighter I've spent some pretty cold and miserable nights outside but then it makes me think of the people in the services - I especially think about all these men who lived out in the cold at Bastogne.
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