Pony, Snow Buntings and the best way to get great TV reception

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  1. BrentC

    BrentC Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Very cold today so just drove around a bit looking for anything to shoot. Nothing too special but these are the first shots in the new year.

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    [​IMG]Snow Buntings by Brent Cameron, on Flickr

    2. Saw this little guy last year in a field all by himself. He looked very lonely and had a tangled coat. This year he is still by himself but looks like someone has been taking care of him better since his coat looks brushed.

    [​IMG]Pony by Brent Cameron, on Flickr

    3. For those that get bad tv reception just get one of these

    [​IMG]The ultimate in TV reception by Brent Cameron, on Flickr


     
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    How much does the SNA* accessory kit add to the price of a standard HF/VHF dipole?



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    Very nice first day of 2018.
     
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    I hope the miniature horse has some shelter! Looks like you got a little closer to the buntings.
     

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