trees in the snow :)

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  1. mentos_007

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    there was a strong fog and it was hard to get anything in background - so that's why it is so grey
     
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    I like this one. The tire tracks in the other photo kind of distracts me. What I really think is cool and wish you would have focused on is that part of the fence on the right side.
     
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    I know that cold. You have done a great job capturing it. I love the frost (we call it "hoar" frost. A key ingredient in avalanches) on the fence. I also enjoy the muted hues. It may be interesting to see someone in a red jacket walking toward the lens.
     
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    hah Craig! If I knew you'd like to see somebody in red that wouldn't be difficult to capture!!! there were many skiers in red :) and I waited till they're gone!!
     
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    That is ironic! I like to keep in mind "always be shooting".
     

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