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  1. John E.

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    #1 is a great capture of the water almost right up to the doors. Reminds me of the time I spent in Fargo North Dakota # 2 is wonderful and that 3rd shot is highly interesting to me!!!! : )
     
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    Pond or parking lot? Once again in Southern Ontario we are getting a good blast of snow this morning :( One of these days I will be able to leave the jacket at home.

    Eric
     
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    Great reflections, love the second.

    Down south, here in Sault Ste. Marie :) , we have been lucky and the snow is mostly gone with only a few puddles.


    Sorry Eric, you can keep the white stuff, we have had enough. :D
     
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    The second one is excellent, A1
     
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    boots or waders? :D these are nice captures, love the reflections on all of them, particularly #2 good work!
     
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    Cruzin - these are great reflective images! i really like the stillness of #2 and the warmth of #3! looks like the water is moving in on ya :shock:. here, with all the rain we've had, flooding is a definite! again, great shots as usual!
     
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    whoa i can see why you never leave home without your boots. nice shots.
     
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    wow. refined version of vienna.
     
  10. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You should have kept these secret and enter one in the new challenge.... Now that chance has gone ;)...! (But who knows what else you have in store? Heehee).
     
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    The weather has been unbelievable, its usually us enveying the weather down south. :D

    I keep all kinds of extra gear in the trunk of my car; assorted boots/shoes, coveralls, working gloves, shovel, a change of old cloths, tools, gronala bars, blanket, candles, clean underware (cause ya never know ;)) and the most important item......toilet paper. Ahhh life in the sticks.

    Thank you all for the replies
     
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    I missed this earlier. The second one is a very nice capture. At least you have sun. Its the yellow thing right. Again more snow for us today. Murphys Law. I am off today.
     

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