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alone in the snow

By annettep38  
2nd version - white frame for a whitewash
winter is hard and harsh here in some years, biting and suffocating. One lone crow tries to survive on next to nothing in a frozen environment @ -17C. Taken on the way to work


sorry everyone, something went terribly wrong with my version uploads, now I got both versions on two days .... didn't mean to do a double but somehow I can't get them together... please let me know which one you prefer!
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many thanks for all your funny and cheerful comments and votes regarding the tipsy hornets. No Malc, we don't usually get 18C on the 17th of November, after a morning frost. Just nature's whim.

Tags: Frost Bird February Dordogne Wildlife and nature Les Graulges

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Comments


19 Nov 2012 4:37AM
You must have great favour with the powers that be to be able to upload twice a day Smile The other photo with the dark frame gives me a feel of gloom and desolation but his one is much lighter on my spirit - even in the harsh conditions it contains life Smile

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gajewski Plus
12 10 9 United States
19 Nov 2012 6:53AM
Very nice -- almost looks like a wood carving.
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WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.7k 148 England
19 Nov 2012 9:05AM
You're confusing me now, Annette, I work backwards from the first upload in a morning but I've already seen another version... deja vu Smile

Dave
Niknut Plus
6 1.4k 71 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2012 3:07PM
Mmmmm....prefer this 'lighter' version !!.....lovely simple shot, with a 'fine-art' look to it !!
Tibetan 4 3 England
19 Nov 2012 4:58PM
One third two thirds it works, like it and that tree again! regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
19 Nov 2012 11:57PM
Just beautiful, Annette.........Grin
16 Dec 2012 10:24AM
What A beautiful capture,theres something wonderful about a single tree in the landscape.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

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