Hi everyone. This is the first time I'm submitting my work to be critiqued at TPF. I went to a town called Centralia, in the less urban parts of Pennslyvania. This was in March 2008, but I hadn't gotten around to uploading the shots until recently. The shooting conditions that day were bitter cold (about 20 degrees) with strong winds. The sky was overcast and I got caught in a fast heavy hitting Pennsylvania snowstorm. Getting caught in the snow storm prevented me from exploring the rest of the town, by my estimates those pictures cover maybe about 35% of what's left of the town. The ground was actually hot enough to keep the heavy snow from building up in the early pictures and towards the end. That expanse of road was not affected by the underground mines. I'd like a critique on not just the individual pictures, but the set as a whole. There are 44 images, so I'm linking to the set. http://www.flickr.com/photos/90374740@N00/sets/72157605865342357/  Clarification: I'm not looking for a critique on ALL images, but rather to glance through the entire set and comment on particular images that stand out, whether it be in a negative or positive way.