Winter River

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  1. TBaraki

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    Here are two versions of the river that bisects my city.

    Thanks for looking!
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  2. scoob

    scoob I have seen the writing on the wall

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    both are really nice!!! im gonna have to go with the first one
     
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    Second one works better for myself. It shows the cold, frigid nature of it. All you need is to show the banks with the tree roots hanging out of them. :lol:

    Good job on these.
     
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    humm, I cant decide which one i like better, they're both awesome!
     
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    first one makes me really cold
     
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    Thanks for the comments all.

    They do look very cold, but, the day these were takenmy friend and I were out in light sweaters. It was 5-10 degrees above freezing if I remember correctly. A nice balmy winters day.;) :D
     

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