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last Winter, that is.
Little snow so far this year - fine for getting about, not so good for photography
If the only snow we get is in your photographs, Malcolm, I'll be happy. I'll happily photograph something else!
Another of your excellent snowscapes Malcolm. But I must agree with Alan. Peter.
You really are the Master of snowscapes Malcolm....an incredibly beautiful capture
Quote: You really are the Master of snowscapes Malcolm....an incredibly beautiful capture
Agree 110 %
The figure and dog are perfect in this winterwonderland.
How different this would look in summer.
You'd still make it look great whatever the season.
The figure and dog make the composition work beautifully. The lack of colour makes even colder
No doubt which side the snow blew in from. Lovely work Malcolm.
Now that is what real winter is all about. Excellent image.
Great snow-scene, and if there is sky showing, its a dark and threatening one, wonderful, regards
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