Frozen, but alive

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  1. MonteMama

    MonteMama Calmer than you, Dude.

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    We've had the full range of snow and ice here in Pittsburgh... and all my plants are frozen. And stunningly gorgeous. :wink:

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  2. PNA

    PNA TPF Noob!

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    I love your color shots.....the last B&W is not appealing
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    What a sight.
    I really like how you captured your ice-and-snow winter in Photos 2 and 3. The blue sky is a wonderful backdrop for that ice-coated bush ... makes me wish that tall fir tree had not been there. Ah well...
     
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    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #5 is fantastic but I'd be temped to crop the post? off on the right hand side
     
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    Nice series. I vote for #1 and #4!
     
  6. MonteMama

    MonteMama Calmer than you, Dude.

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    Great point - unfortunately that fir tree is in my neighbor's yard, so no-can-do on cutting it down for photo purposes :( :lol: And I also shot that tree from my bedroom window, but unfortunately the power lines on the street were even more distracting, and I don't imagine my neighbors would take too kindly to me cutting those down either!

    good idea... done.
     

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