Icing on a brook

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    Terrific textures and patterns especially #1
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    Bill it still looks pretty damn cold where you are, naturs patterns are incredible eh!

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    Bill,

    Take heart. Spring is on the way. Or so I'm told.

    Nice series. Good exposures.

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    Bill:

    That is hard to get with the right exposure.

    Well done.

    Taint spring yet...........
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    Real cool pics, Bill!
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    wow, texture is awesome
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    You are very lucky, because of snow...
    nice catch, special #2 &#3
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    Thanks, everybody! I love the way ice and snow look and it's fun to look for pictures of them. I bracket like crazy and then adjust the best ones in Photoshop with curves and sometimes with selective color and/or hue/saturation.


    Still cold, George, but it got up to 34 F (like 2 C I think) today. It'll be mostly cold until April but even in April we'll probably have a few days of temps in the teens, maybe lower. This place is maniacal... they didn't tell me... Oh well, but summer is wonderful, and it can be a real rush to survive driving on these snowy roads sometimes.

    Thanks, Hub, heart taken But I swear, if you're lying to me...
    You are very lucky, because of snow...
    :P Makes interesting pictures, but I've gotten about 5 feet of it so far... I feel like my luck ran out a couple weeks ago

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    Icy shots - Brrrrrrrrrrrrr. Lovey pics - brings back memories of icy mornings walking to school after the hot plate of stir-about! Excellent shots. Boxplayer


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