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Well the snow is starting to disappear now, after overnight rain. These were taken yesterday during a mornings sledging, my 2 daughters pleased they made it to the bottom.
V2 taken seconds before when it looked like they were going to spill.
And now a musical interlude
All C&Cs welcome
Thanks for looking
Great timing Den two brilliant shots well done.
Hope they got one of you doing the same!! Lovely fun images, Den.
Two excellent 'having fun' photos, Den!
Terrific fun, and you were lucky to get some good light.
I love the fear-fun looks on their faces in v2
Two very beautiful images, the fun and happy expressions so wonderfully captured
Great expressions showing how much fun they are having
I love this photo Den !! The unadulterated joy of life !!
Most lovely, the girls themselves, and two wonderful shots, Den! You must be very proud to be the father of those beautiful girls.
Surely the title should be "Sister Sledge!"
Quote: Surely the title should be "Sister Sledge!"
Doh! have some more to upload at some point though!
They look to be enjoying themselves Den.
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