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lesarnott 6 11 2 United Kingdom
6 May 2010 4:46PM
This is a superb shot, well done!

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MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
6 May 2010 4:49PM
Great composition, makes me feel cold just looking at it! Smile

Fran x
Lovely image indeed

Chris
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
6 May 2010 5:24PM
Nicely composed shot in which I like the contrast between the spiky frosted f/g grasses and the softer greyer outlines of the distant trees. Very well spotted and captured.
Ronnie.
madbilly 8 1 4 England
6 May 2010 5:43PM
Well captured wintery scene Keith, capturing the frost and the grass without burnout on the frost is great, it actually makes me feel cold. Nicely done buddy.

regards

Bill
andy_AHG 7 106 6 United Kingdom
6 May 2010 5:46PM
Beautifully captured image.

Andy
I can feel the cold tumbling out of the monitor, wonderful work and huge detail from the treetops all the way down into the roots below the frosty grasses.

Dougie
Oliverpants 7 2 2 England
6 May 2010 6:26PM
Great shot, and boy it does bring back memories of the cold winter we had. I love those tree's, they are so good. Ann
Niknut Plus
6 1.3k 69 United Kingdom
7 May 2010 3:04PM
Many thanks for all the positive feedback, nice to know I get it right occasionally....cheers all..Nn.
KathyW 13 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
12 May 2010 6:31PM
My kind of pic, so definitely right as far as I'm concerned Smile
videotec 8 8 United Kingdom
12 May 2010 8:55PM
Nice one, made me shudder---A reminder of the lousy winter we had,
Regards
Pete
Steve-T 9 56 66 England
15 May 2010 1:42PM
Superb - really like this one. It is particularly well seen and perfectly exposured. Steve.
15 Jun 2010 6:23PM
Great use of the frost and grass as foreground interest to lead you into a great winter landscape.

regards

Paul

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