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    excellent :D I love snow

    (may I suggest exposure compensation +1 or even +2 see how it goes, to keep the snow from turning a bit gray)
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    Love the owl!

    I'm just going out to bring my guinea pigs indoors. They live in the shed in winter but last night their water bottles froze solid and with heavy snow forecast they need to come inside.

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    Great shots Josh.
    We must live in one of the few parts of the UK where there is only a minor scattering of snow, even though it`s chaos on the roads in Stoke which is only a few miles away. It`s darn cold though brrrr!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 184493
    Love the owl!

    I'm just going out to bring my guinea pigs indoors. They live in the shed in winter but last night their water bottles froze solid and with heavy snow forecast they need to come inside.
    I'm worried about anyone whos tortoise is hibernating in sheds or garages. Most people wrap them in blankets but because they are cold blooded that is no help- A blanket only works when what is underneath it is emitting it's own heat! The layer over their eyes freezes over just like water!
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    great shots Josh, i want some more snow here so that i can take some Macro shots. You can actually see the individual snowflakes

    shhh i nicked these photos from someone to show u! wish they were mine!















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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 184521
    great shots Josh, i want some more snow here so that i can take some Macro shots. You can actually see the individual snowflakes

    shhh i nicked these photos from someone to show u! wish they were mine!

    go away....they're not real snowflakes!




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    love your photos Josh!




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    Goodness, you have some snow there Josh! The torts eyes freeze? That sounds awful!

    I'm with you Mairead! Brit those never are real snowflakes!






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