The View From The Backyard

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  1. msvg

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    nice backyard. i love cities...especially at night!
     
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    "Frost"?

    What is "frost"?

    It is mid-January and we have something like 56F (13,5°C) here - it's crazy.

    But your photos are not and I like the view you get when you look out of your window! Wonderful dusk photos. Very attractive colours.

    The trees add a bit of "random chaos" to your second one, and it could be considered "busy" (which it sure is), but I quite like that obstructed view in that photo!
     
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    I wish that was my view from my window. Unfortunately I had to climb some 50 steps to get to the top from the house. And i know the feeling. I'm used to at least a meter of snow by this time and we're getting 7-12°C temperatures. Hope in 2 weeks time there might be some snow....
     
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    I like #3 the best. The sky and the houselights are good. Could have been more house lights on tho'. Too much tree in #2. And the overhead cable on the left hand side of #1 is quite distracting.
     

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