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Posted By: Rense, 03-04-2011, 12:06 PM

March, the period in our neck of the woods you think spring has started, but winter is just around the corner. But soon it'll be gone.....












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A nice set of very intriguing photos, I like the 2nd one in particular because somehow the foreground draws me towards the trees (hope that makes sense). I also like the colours which help get the frosty atmosphere across.

Here in the UK the daytime is quite sunny and warm, but night time has been dropping to -2*c where i am, can't wait for it to warm up so I can get out and take some photos :-)
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Three very nice images Rense, if I would have to pick one I'd take the last one. Thanks for posting them
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Very pretty scene, well rendered through your lens.
Thanks for sharing.

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Very Nice Rense - I hear ya - winter has a stonghold here as well - in like a lion out like a lamb we hope.
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A great trio of well executed shots!!
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Great images, Rense - that frosty "icing" - something we rarely see.

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I love the last two Rense. The foreground adds something to their appeal. Beautiful shots.

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QuoteOriginally posted by vincechu Quote
A nice set of very intriguing photos, I like the 2nd one in particular because somehow the foreground draws me towards the trees (hope that makes sense). I also like the colours which help get the frosty atmosphere across.

Here in the UK the daytime is quite sunny and warm, but night time has been dropping to -2*c where i am, can't wait for it to warm up so I can get out and take some photos :-)
Thanks Vince!

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Three very nice images Rense, if I would have to pick one I'd take the last one. Thanks for posting them
Thank you for your kind words Heinrich!

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Very pretty scene, well rendered through your lens.
Thanks for sharing.
And thanks for looking and commenting! Much appreciated
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now that is "hot toddy weather", beautiful photography, thanks Bob
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Really like the last one Rense. JIM
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Very Nice Rense - I hear ya - winter has a stonghold here as well - in like a lion out like a lamb we hope.
Thanks Dave! Today I did a nap in the garden. If you can find a place without wind, it's great already. COmpletely blue sky, for instance.....

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A great trio of well executed shots!!
Thanks a lot!

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Great images, Rense - that frosty "icing" - something we rarely see.

Jer
Thanks Jer! Fog + Frost, a good combination we have quite often here....
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Beautifull captures of frost! Like them all
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